I always said it was a wasted day when I did not learn one new thing, no matter how small.... So with that here is "The Word of the Day" miscible • \MIH-suh-bul\ • (adjective) : capable of being mixed; specifically : capable of mixing in any ratio without separation of two phases Example sentence: A report on polluted water produced as a by-product of oil mining claims that such water is completely miscible in seawater and dilutes quite rapidly. Did you know? "Miscible" isn't simply a lesser-known synonym of "mixable"—it's also a cousin. It comes to us from the Medieval Latin adjective "miscibilis," which has the same meaning as "miscible" and which derives in turn from Latin "miscere," meaning "to mix." "Miscere" is also the ultimate source of our "mix," which was combined with the suffix "-able" to form "mixable." "Miscible" turns up most frequently in scientific discussions where it is used especially to describe fluids that don't separate when mixed together. OK OK how useless was this information and do we want more each and every day???