Synonyms for Hybrid:
miscellaneous, heterogeneous, variegated, mixed.
amalgamated, crossed, interbred, alloyed, mixed, compound, combined, Brewed, mongrel, Mingled, stewed, blended, Infused, Melded, miscellaneous, Mashed, Concocted, merged, composite, crossbred, emulsion, Conglomerated.
n.combo, jumble. bean, brassica, cereal, alpine, clone, cactus, bedding plant, bush, climber, annual. •alloy (noun)
blend, admixture, intermixture, composite.
half-blooded, half-breed, Commingled, Bred, amphibious, half-caste, impure, mutated, half-and-half, variegated, heterogeneous, intermingled.
compound, crossbred, loanblend, intercrossed, amalgam, crossbreed, half-breed, mongrel, combination, interbred, crossed, half-caste.
combo, merger, brew, commixture, stew, jumble, potpourri, Interfusion, alloy, mash, concoction.
composite, compound, blending, commixture, mongrel, Interfusion, admixture, concoction, alloy, brew, potpourri, infusion, decoction, amalgam, mix, meld, elixir, conglomeration, medley, merger, amalgamate, blend, composition, mash, intermixture, paste, mixture, stew, combination, emulsion.
combo, jumble. •half-blooded
•Other relevant words:
amphibious, intercrossed, climber, crossed, half-blooded, brassica, bush, cereal, heterogeneous, impure, interbred, half-breed, Commingled, crossbred, crossbreed, alpine, combo, half-and-half, variegated, intermingled, bean, loanblend, half-caste, jumble, cactus, Bred, mutated, annual, clone.
Usage examples for hybrid
It is a kind of hybrid profession still in its infancy- hardly recognised as a profession at all- something halfway between literature and art- yet potentially combining all that is best and most essential in both, and appealing as effectively as either to some of our strongest needs and most natural instincts. – Social Pictorial Satire by George du Maurier
There were young women, too, who had become the partners of Indian husbands; and who now, with all their hybrid offspring, were led reluctantly into the presence of fathers or brothers whose images were almost blotted from their memory. – The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War after the Conquest of Canada by Francis Parkman