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per-misceō miscuī, mīxtus, ēre,

to mix together, mix thoroughly, commingle, intermingle: equites pedites permixti, S.: naturam cum materiā: permixti cum suis fugientibus, Cs.: permixtum senatui populi concilium, L.: generi cruorem Sanguine cum soceri, O.: in oratione permixti pedes. —Fig., to mix together, mingle, commingle, intermingle: tuas sordes cum clarissimorum virorum splendore: alcuius consiliis permixtus, implicated, Ta.—To confound, disturb, throw into confusion: omnia: divina humanaque iura permiscentur, Cs.: domum, V.: Graeciam: species sceleris tumultu Permixtae, i. e. confused by guilt, H.

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