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  4  definitions  found 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Larceny  \Lar"ce*ny\,  n.;  pl  {Larcenies}.  [F.  larcin,  OE 
  larrecin  L.  latrocinium  fr  latro  robber,  mercenary,  hired 
  servant;  cf  Gr  (?)  hired  servant.  Cf  {Latrociny}.]  (Law) 
  The  unlawful  taking  and  carrying  away  of  things  personal  with 
  intent  to  deprive  the  right  owner  of  the  same  theft.  Cf 
  {Grand  larceny}  &  {Petit  larceny  are}  distinctions  having 
  reference  to  the  nature  or  value  of  the  property  stolen. 
  They  are  abolished  in  England. 
  {Mixed},  or  {Compound,  larceny},  that  which  under  statute, 
  includes  in  it  the  aggravation  of  a  taking  from  a  building 
  or  the  person. 
  {Simple  larceny},  that  which  is  not  accompanied  with  any 
  aggravating  circumstances. 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Mixed  \Mixed\,  a. 
  Formed  by  mixing;  united;  mingled;  blended.  See  {Mix},  v.  t. 
  &  i. 
  {Mixed  action}  (Law),  a  suit  combining  the  properties  of  a 
  real  and  a  personal  action 
  {Mixed  angle},  a  mixtilineal  angle. 
  {Mixed  fabric},  a  textile  fabric  composed  of  two  or  more 
  kinds  of  fiber,  as  a  poplin. 
  {Mixed  marriage},  a  marriage  between  persons  of  different 
  races  or  religions;  specifically,  one  between  a  Roman 
  Catholic  and  a  Protestant. 
  {Mixed  number},  a  whole  number  and  a  fraction  taken  together. 
  {Mixed  train},  a  railway  train  containing  both  passenger  and 
  freight  cars. 
  {Mixed  voices}  (Mus.),  voices  of  both  males  and  females 
  united  in  the  same  performance. 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Mix  \Mix\,  v.  t.  [imp.  &  p.  p.  {Mixed}(less  properly  {Mixt});  p. 
  pr  &  vb  n.  {Mixing}.]  [AS.  miscan  akin  to  OHG.  misken,  G. 
  mischen  Russ.  mieshate  W.  mysgu,  Gael.  measg,  L.  miscere 
  mixtum  Gr  ?,  ?,  Skr.  mi[,c]ra  mixed.  The  English  word  has 
  been  influenced  by  L.  miscere  mixtum  (cf.  {Mixture}),  and 
  even  the  AS  miscan  may  have  been  borrowed  fr  L.  miscere 
  Cf  {Admix},  {Mash}  to  bruise,  {Meddle}.] 
  1.  To  cause  a  promiscuous  interpenetration  of  the  parts  of 
  as  of  two  or  more  substances  with  each  other  or  of  one 
  substance  with  others  to  unite  or  blend  into  one  mass  or 
  compound,  as  by  stirring  together;  to  mingle;  to  blend; 
  as  to  mix  flour  and  salt;  to  mix  wines. 
  Fair  persuasions  mixed  with  sugared  words  --Shak. 
  2.  To  unite  with  in  company;  to  join  to  associate. 
  Ephraim,  he  hath  mixed  himself  among  the  people. 
  --Hos.  vii.  8. 
  3.  To  form  by  mingling;  to  produce  by  the  stirring  together 
  of  ingredients;  to  compound  of  different  parts 
  Hast  thou  no  poison  mixed?  --Shak. 
  I  have  chosen  an  argument  mixed  of  religious  and 
  civil  considerations.  --Bacon. 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
  adj  1:  caused  to  combine  or  unite  [syn:  {amalgamated},  {intermingled}, 
  2:  consisting  of  a  haphazard  assortment  of  different  kinds 
  (even  to  the  point  of  incongruity);  "an  arrangement  of 
  assorted  spring  flowers";  "assorted  sizes";  "miscellaneous 
  accessories";  "a  mixed  program  of  baroque  and  contemporary 
  music";  "a  motley  crew";  "sundry  sciences  commonly  known 
  as  social"-  I.A.Richards  [syn:  {assorted},  {miscellaneous}, 
  {motley},  {sundry(a)}] 
  3:  involving  or  composed  of  different  races;  "interracial 
  schools";  "a  mixed  neighborhood"  [syn:  {interracial}] 
  4:  of  inferior  or  mixed  breed;  "a  cur  dog";  "an  underbred  dog" 
  [syn:  {cur(a)},  {mongrel(a)},  {scrub(a)},  {underbred}] 

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