Examples from the Web for admixture
The language of the Hazaras is an old dialect of Persian with some admixture of Turki words.At the Court of the Amr|John Alfred Gray
Greens and yellows made by the admixture of chrome are apt to be crude as compared with those in which cadmium was used.The Painter in Oil|Daniel Burleigh Parkhurst
On the other hand, Kaluza refuses to admit such an admixture of metres: he regards the poem as written throughout in septenaries.
They are also to be had agreeably flavoured by admixture with almond, walnut, &c., "cream."The Chemistry of Food and Nutrition|A. W. Duncan
It is only want of attention that diminishes our good, and this attention must be given to us through some admixture of evils.Theodicy|G. W. Leibniz
British Dictionary definitions for admixture
Word Origin and History for admixture
c.1600, with -ure, from admix (1530s), a back-formation from admixt (early 15c.), from Latin admixtus "mixed with," past participle of admiscere "to add to by mingling, mix with," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + miscere "to mix" (see mix). In Middle English admixt was mistaken as a past participle of a (then) non-existent *admix. Earlier in this sense was admixtion (late 14c.).