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immisceō (in-m-) miscuī, mīxtus, ēre,

to mix in, intermix, intermingle, blend: nives caelo prope inmixtae, L.: summis ima, O.: se nubi atrae, V. —Of boxers: manūs manibus, entwine, V.—Pass, to be mingled, be associated, join: feminas metus turbae virorum immiscuerat, L.: inmixti turbae militum togati, L.—With se, to join, associate with: se peditibus, L.: se conloquiis montanorum, joined in, L.: se nocti, to disappear in, V.—Fig., to mingle, mix, confound, blend: fugienda petendis, H.: immixta vota timori, O.: variis casibus inmixtis, L.—Pass, to take part in, concern oneself with, meddle with: rebus Graeciae inmisci, L.—With se, to take part in, meddle with: foro se, L.

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