verb im·mix \i-ˈmiks\

Definition of IMMIX

transitive verb
:  to mix in
im·mix·ture \-ˈmiks-chər\ noun

Examples of IMMIX

  1. <deep in her lair, the old crone immixed the secret ingredients into a magic potion>

Origin of IMMIX

back-formation from immixed mixed in, from Middle English immixte, from Latin immixtus, past participle of immiscēre, from in- + miscēre to mix — more at mix
First Known Use: 15th century


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