What is the difference between Whisking and Mixing?

The difference between whisking and mixing

is that “whisking” is the motion of something that is whisked and “mixing” is present participle of mix.

whisking

mixing

Noun

  • The motion of something that is whisked.

Verb

  • present participle of whisk

Verb

  • present participle of mix

Examples

  • He is mixing the paint.

Noun

  • The act, or the result of making a mixture.

Examples

  • No two mixings of these paints are ever the same.