What is another word for intermixtures?

Pronunciation: [ˌɪntəmˈɪkst͡ʃəz] (IPA)

Intermixtures are a combination of substances or elements that blend together to create a new mixture. Some synonyms for intermixtures include amalgamations, mixtures, compounds, blends, composites, concoctions, fusions, and alloys. Amalgamations are a combination of different things that results in something new and unique. Mixtures are a combination of different elements or substances that are not chemically combined. Compounds are a combination of two or more elements that are chemically combined. Blends are a mixture of different things that are combined to create a new product. Composites are a mixture of two or more materials that have different physical or chemical properties. Concoctions are a mixture of different things that are usually used for medical or scientific purposes. Fusions are a combination of two or more things that are blended together to create something new.

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What are the hypernyms for Intermixtures?

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

What are the opposite words for intermixtures?

Antonyms for the word "intermixtures" includes pure, separation, isolation, uniformity, homogeneity, and clarity. Pure refers to a substance that is free from any foreign substances or impurities. Separation, on the other hand, means the act of dividing or disconnecting one element from the other. Isolation refers to a state of being alone or separated from others. Uniformity means consistency or the absence of variation. Homogeneity refers to a property of being uniform or similar in composition. Finally, clarity means the transparency or the quality of being easy to understand. All of these antonyms portray a state of being distinctly separate and differentiated from other substances.

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Usage examples for Intermixtures

Not only are all nationalities represented but breeds of men that defy all pathological research, hideous in their conglomerate intermixtures.
"The Secrets of the German War Office"
Dr. Armgaard Karl Graves
It appears, notwithstanding, from the researches of M. Constant Prevost, that some of the minor alternations and intermixtures of fresh-water and marine deposits, in the Paris basin, may be accounted for without such changes of level, by imagining both to have been simultaneously in progress, in the same bay of the same sea, or a gulf into which many rivers entered.
"The Student's Elements of Geology"
Sir Charles Lyell
A savage is like a gardener who has only one kind of flowers to choose between-all of one color too; whereas we, with our diverse secondary characters, our various intermixtures of nationalities, our endless shades of blonde and brunette, and differences in manners and education can have our choice among the lilies, roses, violets, pansies, daisies, and thousands of other flowers-or the girls named after them.
"Primitive Love and Love-Stories"
Henry Theophilus Finck

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