noun, plural mé·langes [mey-lahnzh, -lahn-jiz]. /meɪˈlɑ̃ʒ, -ˈlɑn dʒɪz/.
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That mélange of humanity is played by an exciting cast of actors who recorded their parts remotely from disparate spots across the country.Studio’s new audio play has nothing to do with holidays|Patrick Folliard|December 11, 2020|Washington Blade
That meant replacing a single space-time geometry with a mélange of possible shapes.
We began with the robin in this, I hope, not wearisome but entertaining Melange of child-songs.
This father seems to have made a sort of melange of some of the Pentateuchal ordinances.When Were Our Gospels Written?|Charles Bradlaugh
Melange, get into the carriage and examine the contents of the sword-case and all the little private recesses.Forgotten Tales of Long Ago|E. V. Lucas
The whole thing is a strange melange of official business and dying gossip!A Fascinating Traitor|Richard Henry Savage
I have accordingly in the following melange introduced many themes besides political ones.Complete Prose Works|Walt Whitman