verb (used with or without object)
to mix together; blend.
Origin of commix
1375–1425; back formation from commixt (past participle), Middle English < Latin commixtus (past participle of commiscēre), equivalent to com- com- + mix- (variant stem of miscēre to mix) + -tus past participle ending
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Related Words for commixcommingle, mingle, amalgamate, fuse, combine, intermix, intermingle, blend, admix, immix
Examples from the Web for commix
Historical Examples of commix
First, to lay it down that we do not commix for the sake of pleasure, but of the procreation of children.
Word Origin for commix
C15: back formation from commixt mixed together; see mix
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