Definition of Bemixed
1. bemix [v] - See also: bemix
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bemixed
bemixed (current term)
Literary usage of Bemixed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Annals of Philosophy by Richard Phillips, Edward William Brayley (1824)
"... that if a borate(fer example, borax) bemixed with three or four times its weight of finely pulverized and pure ..."
2. American Journal of Dental Science by American Society of Dental Surgeons (1883)
"They are bemixed in the slough of quiescent acids, with Prof. S., whom we quoted at the outset. But if a nascent acid is to cause caries, ..."
3. Notes on Sport and Travel by George Henry Kingsley (1900)
"There is yet another thresher to be noticed, but his claims to the title are, I think, even weaker than those of our much-bemixed friend the grampus, ..."
4. Elements of Chemistry by John Webster (1811)
"If a few drops of dilute acid be added to another portion of syrup of violets, it will be turned red : yet if this red and green fluid bemixed in proper ..."