Definition of mixed
- a mixed constitution
- mixed company
- mixed emotions
- received mixed reviews
- a mixed blessing
- a stallion of mixed blood
a can of mixed nuts
We ate salads of mixed greens.
They live in a mixed neighborhood.
She's of mixed African and European ancestry.
people of mixed racial origin
His decision got a mixed reaction from the family.
The experiment got mixed results.
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First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
: made of different kinds of things mixed together or combined
: including or involving people of different races or religions
: including or involving people of both sexes
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