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immix

[ ih-miks ]
/ ɪˈmɪks /
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verb (used with object), im·mixed or im·mixt, im·mix·ing.

to mix in; mingle.

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Origin of immix

First recorded in 1400–50; back formation from Middle English immixt(e) “mixed in,” from Latin immixtus, past participle of immiscēre “to blend,” equivalent to im- “in” + mix- + -tus past participle suffix; see im-1, mix
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British Dictionary definitions for immix

immix
/ (ɪˈmɪks) /

verb

(tr) archaic to mix in; commix

Derived forms of immix

immixture, noun
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