**A**D**MIX**ED | - | admixed v. simple past tense and past participle of admix. |

**A**D**MIX**ES | - | admixes v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of admix. |

CH**AM**O**IX** | - | Sorry, definition not available. |

E**XAMI**NE | - | examine v. To observe or inspect carefully or critically. examine v. To check the health or condition of something or someone. examine v. To determine the aptitude, skills or qualifications of someone by subjecting them to an examination. |

E**X**CL**AIM** | - | exclaim v. (intransitive) To cry out suddenly, from some strong emotion. exclaim n. (obsolete) Exclamation; outcry, clamor. |

L**AXI**S**M**S | - | Sorry, definition not available. |

**MAI**LBO**X** | - | mailbox n. (chiefly US) A box into which mail is put. mailbox n. (computing) A folder or account for the storage of e-mail; an electronic in-box or mailstore. mail-box n. Alternative form of mailbox. |

**MAXI**LLA | - | maxilla n. Either of the two bones that together form the upper jaw. maxilla n. Arachnid mouthpart. |

**MAXI**MAL | - | maximal adj. Largest, greatest (in magnitude), highest, most. maximal n. (mathematics) The element of a set with the greatest magnitude. maximal n. (mathematics) Said of an ideal of a ring or a filter of a lattice: that it is as large as it can be without. |

**MAXI**MIN | - | maximin n. In decision theory and game theory etc, a rule to identify the worst outcome of each possible option to. maximin v. To employ a maximin algorithm. |

**MAXI**MUM | - | maximum n. The highest limit. maximum n. (mathematics) The greatest value of a set or other mathematical structure, especially the global maximum. maximum n. (analysis) An upper bound of a set which is also an element of that set. |

**MAXI**MUS | - | Maximus p.n. A male given name. |

**MAXI**XES | - | maxixes n. plural of maxixe. |

**MI**NIM**AX** | - | minimax n. In decision theory, game theory, etc. a decision rule used for minimizing the maximum possible loss, or. minimax v. To find the optimum play, or decision, to achieve minimizing the maximum loss. |

**MIXA**BLE | - | mixable adj. Capable of being mixed. |

T**AX**E**MI**C | - | taxemic adj. Relating to taxemes. |

T**AXIM**AN | - | taximan n. A male taxi driver. |

T**AXIM**EN | - | taximen n. plural of taximan. |

TO**X**E**MIA** | - | toxemia n. Blood poisoning; adverse reaction to toxic byproducts of systemic infection. |