Definition of brew :
1. The mixture formed by brewing; that which is brewed.
2. To attend to the business, or go through the processes, of brewing or making beer.
3. To be in a state of preparation; to be mixing, forming, or gathering; as, a storm brews in the west.
4. To boil or seethe; to cook.
5. To foment or prepare, as by brewing; to contrive; to plot; to concoct; to hatch; as, to brew mischief.
6. To prepare by steeping and mingling; to concoct.
7. To prepare, as beer or other liquor, from malt and hops, or from other materials, by steeping, boiling, and fermentation.
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combination (part of speech: noun)
commixture, medley, amalgam, compound, composition, incorporation, combination, amalgamation, hodgepodge, admixture, ensemble, concoction, conglomeration, alloy, paste, mix, fusion, mixture, conglomerate, blend, assembly, infusion, composite
mix (part of speech: verb)
mixture (part of speech: noun)
combine (part of speech: verb)
- Joe had not tasted it, but his nose had told him that it was " wheat coffee," a brew which his mother had made sometimes in the old days of their darkest adversity. - "The Bondboy", George W. (George Washington) Ogden.
- Even when they did not have a shelter, they usually went to brew their tea some fifty yards or so from us. - "An Explorer's Adventures in Tibet", A. Henry Savage Landor.
- I was sure of it, Lionel, and it is the brew of that woman and Major Delrose. - "A Heart-Song of To-day", Annie Gregg Savigny.