combined (part of speech: verb)
mixed (part of speech: verb)
- There was a look of mystery, blended with anxious concern, in the countenance of Aunt Grace, that caused Mrs. Markland to say, quickly- " Speak out what is in your thoughts, Grace. - "The Good Time Coming", T. S. Arthur.
- If the keen glances of the congregation had been softened by the slightest sympathy she could better have stood the glare of curiosity; but no such ray of sympathy was there blended with the looks. - "Lancashire Idylls (1898)", Marshall Mather.
- Roar of tormented woods, howl of wind, crash on crash of breaking boughs or falling trees, blended to one tune, and a plunging rain came down in ropes rather than in lines, driven at a fierce angle. - "VC -- A Chronicle of Castle Barfield and of the Crimea", David Christie Murray.