Examples of admixture in a Sentence
an alloy that includes a small admixture of silver
an admixture of rose petals and lavender for a fragrant potpourri
Recent Examples of admixture from the Web
Nowhere is that aesthetic admixture more apparent — or more fundamentally Venetian — than in the apartment’s main salon, where the Qing dynasty meets the Italian midcentury, the storied Novecento Italiano.
Some, of night skies, embed white dots, for stars, in glazes of a dense black, with subliminal admixtures of, Celmins recently told me, ultramarine, raw umber, and ochre.
An American diplomatic cable published by WikiLeaks described Azerbaijan’s president as an admixture of the Corleone family.
The early admixture of the media (including social media) will insure the perfect sludginess.
Alternatively (or in addition), the formula used to estimate your admixture may have been updated.
Again, this supports the idea of a single, small population seeding the continents, and—unlike in Europe or Asia—these people being cut off, with little admixture from new populations for thousands of years, at least until Columbus.
The shadings, to be sure, are infinite, and so is the admixture.
In the genomic data, there’s admixture between European DNA and African that begins in earnest around six generations ago, roughly in the mid-19th century.
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Origin and Etymology of admixture
Synonymsblend, alloy, amalgam, amalgamation, cocktail, combination, composite, compound, conflation, emulsion, fusion, intermixture, meld, mix, mixture, synthesis
Related Wordshalf-and-half; absorption, blending, coalescence, coalition, commingling, commixture, compost, concretion, homogenization, immingling, immixture, incorporation, integration, interfusion, intermingling, mergence, merger, merging, mingling; assortment, hash, hodgepodge, hotchpotch, jumble, medley, mélange, mishmash, motley, patchwork, potpourri, variety; accumulation, aggregation, conglomeration
Near Antonymscomponent, constituent, element, ingredient
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