I feel a commingled grief; so much promise lost, the end of a legacy.
All commingled, so that the uncleanness of one befouled all, and the wickedness of one contaminated all.
It is a poem in which dignity, beauty, and power are commingled with a rare charm.
A commingled look of rage and disappointment came into the medical man's face, which suddenly gave place to a look of cunning.
The waves are commingled, and we are unable to separate them absolutely.
All these are blended and commingled by the influence of play?
Surprise, gratification, triumph, were commingled in her voice.
With that she wept also, and our tears were commingled in a perfect gladness.
All were now commingled, each striving to pass the hubs of his neighbors' wheels.
He reached out his arms for it, all his senses for the time confused and commingled.