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MIX, verb transitive preterit tense and participle passive mixed or mixt. [Latin misceo, mixtum; Heb. to mix ]

1. To unite or blend promiscuously two or more ingredients into a mass or compound; applied both to solids and liquids; as, to mix flour and salt; to mix wines.

2. To join; to associate; to unite with in company.

Ephraim, he hath mixed himself among the people. Hosea 7.

3. To join; to mingle.

You mix your sadness with some fear.

4. To unite with a crowd or multitude.

MIX, verb intransitive To become united or blended promiscuously in a mass or compound. Oil and water will not mix without the intervention of a third substance.

1. To be joined or associated; as, to mix with the multitude, or to mix in society.