MEANING: adjective: Capable of being mixed together.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin miscere (to mix), ultimately from the Indo-European root meik- (to mix), which is also the source of mix, miscellaneous, meddle, medley, promiscuous, melee, mustang, admix, immix, and panmixia. Earliest documented use: 1570.

MISCICLE - this ice pop is so cold, people get heart attacks after eating them

MISCABLE - wired my TV set all wrong

MISBIBLE - quoting the wrong Scripture