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Concoct

Concoct Meaning & Definition
Concoct Definition And Meaning

What's The Definition Of Concoct?

[v] make a concoction (of) my mixing
[v] devise or invent; "He thought up a plan to get rich quickly"; "no-one had ever thought of such a clever piece of software"
[v] of charges
[v] prepare or cook by mixing ingredients; "concoct a strange mixture"

Synonyms | Synonyms for Concoct: dream up | hatch | think of | think up | trump up

Related Terms | Find terms related to Concoct: accessory | accompanying | adjuvant | admix | alloy | amalgamate | ancillary | angle | assemble | attendant | attending | beget | bemingle | blend | breed | brew | bring forth | bring into being | build | cabal | call into being | cast | coalesce | coin | coincident | collateral | collude | combine | commingle | commix | complot | compose | compound | conceit | conceive | conceptualize | conglomerate | connive | conspire | construct | contrive | cook up | correlative | corresponding | counterfeit | countermine | counterplot | create | decoct | design | develop | devise | discover | dream up | elaborate | emulsify | engender | engineer | envisage | envision | erect | evolve | experience imaginatively | extrude | fabricate | fake | fancy | fantasize | fashion | fictionalize | finagle | finesse | fix up | forge | form | formulate | frame | frame up | fudge | fudge together | fuse | generate | get up | give being to | give rise to | hash | hatch | hatch a plot | hatch up | hoke up | homogenize | ideate | imagine | immingle | immix | improvise | incident | indite | integrate | interblend | interlace | interlard | intermingle | intermix | intertwine | interweave | intrigue | invent | jumble | knead | lay a plot | machinate | make | make do with | make up | maneuver | manufacture | mature | merge | mingle | mingle-mangle | mint | mix | mix up | mold | operate | origin | originate | patch together | piece together | plan | plot | prefabricate | prepare | procreate | produce | put together | put up | raise | rear | rig | run up | satellite | scheme | scramble | set up | shape | shuffle | spawn | stir up | strike out | supplementary | suppose | syncretize | think out | think up | throw together | toss together | trump up | vamp up | wangle | whomp up | work | write

See Also | amalgamate | commix | cook | cook up | create by mental act | create mentally | fabricate | fix | idealise | idealize | invent | make | make up | manufacture | mingle | mix | prepare | ready | unify

Concoct In Webster's Dictionary

\Con*coct"\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Concocted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Concocting}.] [L. concoctus, p. p. of concoquere to cook together, to digest, mature; con- + coquere to cook. See {Cook}.] 1. To digest; to convert into nourishment by the organs of nutrition. [Obs.] Food is concocted, the heart beats, the blood circulates. --Cheyne. 2. To purify or refine chemically. [Obs.] --Thomson. 3. To prepare from crude materials, as food; to invent or prepare by combining different ingredients; as, to concoct a new dish or beverage. 4. To digest in the mind; to devise; to make up; to contrive; to plan; to plot. He was a man of a feeble stomach, unable to concoct any great fortune. --Hayward. 5. To mature or perfect; to ripen. [Obs.] --Bacon.

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