mixture (part of speech: noun)
composite, emulsion, blending, mongrel, combination, conglomeration, amalgam, infusion, blend, stew, admixture, concoction, amalgamate, bastard, paste, meld, composition, potpourri, elixir, mash, compound, medley, decoction, alloy, commixture, brew, merger, mix, intermixture, hybrid, mixture
- But knowing that he had gratified his personal tastes in the act of serving his master's interests, an interfusion of sentiments plunged him into self- consciousness; an unwonted state with him, clogging to a simple story. - "One of Our Conquerors, v2", George Meredith Edition: 10 Language: English.
- This interfusion of personality, this vital union of soul, I could not doubt it! - "At Large", Arthur Christopher Benson.
- That she could make him put himself such questions was precisely part of the attaching play of her iridescent surface, the shimmering interfusion of her various aspects; that of her youth with her independence- her pecuniary perhaps in particular, that of her vivacity with her beauty, that of her facility above all with her odd novelty; the high modernity, as people appeared to have come to call it, that made her so much more " knowing" in some directions than even he, man of the world as he certainly was, could pretend to be, though all on a basis of the most unconscious and instinctive and luxurious assumption. - "The Finer Grain", Henry James.