adjective in·com·mis·ci·ble \¦inkə¦misəbəl\

Definition of incommiscible

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Origin and Etymology of incommiscible

Late Latin incommiscibilis, from Latin in- 1in- + Late Latin commiscibilis able to be mixed together from Latin commiscēre to mix together + -ibilis -ible — more at commix

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a brief usually trivial fact

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