noun, plural mé·langes [mey-lahnzh, -lahn-jiz] /meɪˈlɑ̃ʒ, -ˈlɑn dʒɪz/.
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.
British Dictionary definitions for melange
Word Origin for melange
Word Origin and History for melange
1650s, from French mélange (15c.), from mêler "to mix, mingle," from Old French mesler (see meddle).