noun, plural mé·langes [mey-lahnzh, -lahn-jiz] /meɪˈlɑ̃ʒ, -ˈlɑn dʒɪz/.
- méhul, étienne nicolas,
- ménage à trois,
- ménière's disease,
- ménière's syndrome
Origin of mélange
Examples from the Web for melange
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
This father seems to have made a sort of melange of some of the Pentateuchal ordinances.When Were Our Gospels Written?|Charles Bradlaugh
The volumes are a melange of characters, anecdotes, and reflections.
Word Origin for melange
1650s, from French mélange (15c.), from mêler "to mix, mingle," from Old French mesler (see meddle).