Definition of concoction:
variety, sustenance, confection, miscellany, intermixture, fabrication, foodstuff, falsehood, untruth, a tissue of lies, cooking, sweet, nourishment, mixing, innovation, motley, disinformation, dish, food, groceries, meal, lie, creation, combo, wrinkle, smorgasbord, nutrition, coinage, assortment, brainchild, jumble, contrivance, white lie, invention, misinformation, fare, salmagundi, mixture, miscellanea, half-truth, mixed bag.
- combination (part of speech: noun)
mixture (part of speech: noun)
- "The War After the War", Isaac Frederick Marcosson.
- "Ulysses", James Joyce.
This concoction, over which few shared his own personal enthusiasm, he had christened the Barn- Burner's Dream; although Mr. Dandridge himself was opposed to the tenets of the political party thus entitled- which, by the way, was to get its whimsical name, possibly from Dandridge himself, at the forthcoming Democratic convention of that year.- "54-40 or Fight", Emerson Hough.