Definition of blend
a mixture of different things or qualities.
A synergistic blend of healing substances, according to ayurveda, delivers a holistic benefit that is greater than the sum of its parts.
mix (a substance) with another substance so that they combine together as a mass.
The four herbs are blended together and then brought to boiling point for ten minutes.
Example of blend
blend the cornflour with a tablespoon of water
A cashmere blend definitely deserves to be more expensive.
Also featured there is a display panel in the corporate blue of the university's logo, plus green and lilac to blend with the furnishing.
Also, makers of branded wines can blend grapes, which means when one vineyard or region has a bad year, the wine doesn't have to suffer.
Although the perfume contains no whisky, the blend of ingredients is chosen to recreate the traditional smoky and peaty smells of island malts such as Talisker and Laphroaig.
An early example is the word motorcade, formed as a blend of motor and cavalcade, which created a new suffix - cade that has been used in words like aerocade, aquacade and even camelcade and tractorcade.
An inspired blend of four different lavenders on a base of rosemary and thyme, it will make all your linens smell as good as sheets hung out to dry on a warm summer's day.
Any band that can blend an odd mixture of garage rock and southern jive automatically qualifies as good.
But Scalito is a different kind of onomastic blend : an epithet combining elements of two names to suggest a resemblance of one named person to the other.
costumes, music, and lighting all blend together beautifully