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Webster's Dictionary [1]

(1): ( n.) A mass of two or more ingredients, the particles of which are separable, independent, and uncompounded with each other, no matter how thoroughly and finely commingled; - contrasted with a compound; thus, gunpowder is a mechanical mixture of carbon, sulphur, and niter.

(2): ( n.) That which results from mixing different ingredients together; a compound; as, to drink a mixture of molasses and water; - also, a medley.

(3): ( n.) An ingredient entering into a mixed mass; an additional ingredient.

(4): ( n.) An organ stop, comprising from two to five ranges of pipes, used only in combination with the foundation and compound stops; - called also furniture stop. It consists of high harmonics, or overtones, of the ground tone.

(5): ( n.) A kind of liquid medicine made up of many ingredients; esp., as opposed to solution, a liquid preparation in which the solid ingredients are not completely dissolved.

(6): ( n.) The act of mixing, or the state of being mixed; as, made by a mixture of ingredients.

King James Dictionary [2]

MIX'TURE, n. L. mixtura. The act of mixing, or state of being mixed. Compounds are made by the mixture of different substances.

1. A mass or compound, consisting of different ingredients blended without order. In this life there is a mixture of good and evil. Most wines in market are base mixtures. 2. The ingredient added and mixed. Cicero doubted whether it is possible for a community to exist without a prevailing mixture of piety in its constitution. 3. In pharmacy, a liquid medicine which receives into its composition not only extracts, salts and other substances dissolvable in water, but earths, powders and other substances not dissolvable. 4. In chimistry, mixture differs from combination. In mixture, the several ingredients are blended without an alteration of the substances, each of which still retains its own nature and properties. In combination, the substances unite by chimical attraction, and losing their distinct properties, they form a compound differing in its properties from either of the ingredients.

Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words [3]

1: Μίγμα (Strong'S #3395 — Noun Neuter — migma — mig'-mah )

"a mixture" (akin to mignumi, "to mix, mingle:" see Mingle , No. 1), occurs in  John 19:39 (some mss. have heligma, "a roll").

 Revelation 14:10 Psalm 75:8 Jeremiah 32:1