Origin of commixture
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There is rarely any rising, but by a commixture of good and evil arts.Lord Randolph Churchill
Winston Spencer Churchill
The opposition of colours, though not the commixture, may be called a war.Notes to Shakespeare, Volume III: The Tragedies
Chinese Buddhism is often spoken of as a strange and corrupt degeneration, a commixture of Indian and foreign ideas.
The mode and time of the commixture are matters altogether beyond our knowledge.
Though injured by the commixture of foreign elements, A has still much of the original story.