What added sense is often blended with this primary meaning?
Definition, explanation, exposition, and interpretation are ordinarily blended in a commentary, which may also include description.
I wrote her a bedtime story, a disarming blend of humor and affection, and I called itThe Book of OogenesisIn the beginning were the gametes.
The line between this class of clairvoyance and astral appearance is very thin, and, in fact, the two classes of phenomena shade and blend into each other.
This latter point will become a far more essential consideration than it is at present; for differences, however slight, between any two forms, if not blended by intermediate gradations, are looked at by most naturalists as sufficient to raise both forms to the rank of species.
The jagged hail was a herald of our coming; the levens that smote and stabbed were our sword and spear, while ever the hurricane roared and screamed with a million separate voices which blended to one yell of sound, hideous and indescribable.
The aromatic herbs were still smoking, and spirals of bluish vapour blended at the window-sash with the fog that was coming in.