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Commingle   /kəmˈɪŋgəl/  /koʊmˈɪŋgəl/   Listen
Commingle

verb
(past & past part. commingled; pres. part. commingling)
1.
Mix or blend.
2.
Mix together different elements.  Synonyms: blend, coalesce, combine, conflate, flux, fuse, immix, meld, merge, mix.






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"Commingle" Quotes from Famous Books



... while he may maintain his character and station, maintains them with that species of good-fellowship and familiarity, that marks the intercourse between the officer and the soldier, in an arduous campaign. Men, and even women, break bread together, and otherwise commingle, that, in different circumstances, would be strangers; the hardy adventures and rough living of the forest, apparently lowering the pretensions of the man of cultivation and mere mental resources, to something very near the level of those of the man of physical energy, ...
— Home as Found • James Fenimore Cooper

... life and death, uncertainty, Bright hopes and anxious fears, Commingle so bewilderingly, That perfect joy we may not see Till all shall reunited be Beyond this ...
— Poems - Vol. IV • Hattie Howard

... compound of tyrannies and perjuries,—of lies and blood-red murders,—of crimes abominable and unnatural,—of priestly maledictions, socialist ravings, and atheistic blasphemies. The whine of mendicants, the curses, groans, and shrieks of victims, and the demoniac laughter of tyrants, commingle in one hoarse roar. Faugh! the spectacle is too horrible to be looked at; its effluvia is too fetid to be endured. What is to be done with the carcase? We cannot dwell in its neighbourhood. It would be impossible long to inhabit the ...
— Pilgrimage from the Alps to the Tiber - Or The Influence of Romanism on Trade, Justice, and Knowledge • James Aitken Wylie



Words linked to "Commingle" :   accrete, alloy, admix, coalesce, mix in, syncretize, immingle, intermingle, conflate, blend in, conjugate, syncretise, absorb, gauge, melt, intermix, change integrity



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