What is another word for intermixture?

180 synonyms found


[ ˌɪntəmˈɪkst͡ʃə], [ ˌɪntəmˈɪkst‍ʃə], [ ˌɪ_n_t_ə_m_ˈɪ_k_s_tʃ_ə]

Intermixture is a term used to refer to a combination of things that have different traits or features. Synonyms for this word include blend, fusion, amalgamation, combination, merger, and mixture. These words can be used interchangeably to describe the coming together of two or more things to form a single entity. Other synonyms for intermixture include synthesis, melding, intermixing, compound, conflation, and incorporation. Each of these words can be used to describe the process of combining different elements into something entirely new. In essence, intermixture and its synonyms describe the beautiful diversity that exists in our world today.

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    What are the hypernyms for Intermixture?

    A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

    What are the opposite words for intermixture?

    Antonyms of the word "intermixture" include separation, isolation, distinction, differentiation, division, and segregation. These words imply a sense of detachment, differentiation or separation of entities or elements. As a noun, separation suggests the act of dividing things or entities which were once united, whereas, isolation refers more to the state of being alone or away from others. On the other hand, distinction and differentiation imply a sense of clear and separate entities, while division and segregation emphasize the separation of things by categories or classes. These antonyms help to understand the opposite meaning of the word "intermixture" which implies the mixing or coalescence of entities.

    What are the antonyms for Intermixture?

    Usage examples for Intermixture

    I would suggest, then, that the restriction of certain forms of spirits, if I may so call them, to certain localities, may be due to race intermixture.
    "The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries"
    W. Y. Evans Wentz
    One cause of the change in public taste was the passion for more frivolous and coarser excitement, such as was afforded by the mimes and by gladiatorial combats and shows of wild beasts to a soldiery brutalised by constant wars, and to the civic masses degraded by idleness and by intermixture from all quarters of the world.
    "The Roman Poets of the Republic"
    W. Y. Sellar
    For my own part, instead of discussing the relation of the Celts of Celtiberia to the other inhabitants of Spain, I would open a new question, and investigate the grounds upon which we believe in an intermixture at all.
    "The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies"
    Robert Gordon Latham

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