All Adjective Verb
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  • They can also be used as part of mixed additional member systems.
  • The albums were not popular and only six were published in mixed order.
  • The game has been met with mixed reviews from critics over the years.
  • Here, too, the river water is hardly mixed with the lake water.
  • Some nations had more than one team and some were mixed in with others to make up the number.
  • The band's decision has received a very mixed response from fans.
  • Each team consists of four mounted players, which can be mixed teams of both men and women.
  • Red and blue mixed together form violet, blue and yellow together form green.
  • It received mixed reviews but performed relatively well at the box office.
  • This is because it mixed up children with the adults of other classes.
  • While the film received mixed reviews from critics, it performed well at the box office.
  • In most countries, the game is played between single-sex sides, although they can be mixed-sex.
  • Regular classes may be mixed with classes on music, drama, public speaking, etc.
  • It has a mixed-gender league and an all-women league, but no all-men league.
  • Water is added so that it can be mixed with rice.
  • Some are so mixed it is difficult to tell which family they descend from.
  • Full-blood individuals are more likely to live on a reservation than mixed-blood individuals.
  • The album was recorded and mixed in nine days, and Page covered the costs.
  • Both albums received mixed reviews, some of which stated that the albums suffered from being too long.
  • From then on the team experienced mixed results, though more wins than losses.
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Root form of mixed is mix for the verb.

Words starting with mixed

Meaning of mixed

  • verb Combine (electronic signals)
    mixing sounds
  • verb Add as an additional element or part
    mix water into the drink
  • verb To bring or combine together or with something else
    resourcefully he mingled music and dance