a group of people in which there are males and females
In mixed company, he sometimes pulled down his pants to scratch his rear end.
It is possible that the fear of exhibiting unusual information in a mixed company may be a survival of primitive conditions.
Nobody did speak of it either—not in a mixed company anyhow.
This mixed company I divided, however, into two classes only; the devout and the profane, viz.
"This would be truly a vain wish, dear Nanny, in the mixed company of a ship," she said.
He was small, meagre-looking, and mild in manner, but was probably the most stubborn-brained of all that mixed company.
If you are in a mixed company, cultivate the dictum of "give and take."
And he boasted in his cups and before a mixed company how "me and my General we are a biting of the burghers."
Be especially careful, in a mixed company, whom you satirize.
It was thought to take a profound hold upon life, because it was a book that could not be read aloud in a mixed company.