verb (used with or without object), co·min·gled, co·min·gling.
- coming and going, have someone,
- coming of age in samoa,
- coming or going, not know if one is,
- coming out of one's ears,
- comings and goings,
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Examples from the Web for comingling
The comingling of the art and pop music worlds is pointless and pretentious.From Lady Gaga To Jay-Z, “Serious” Art Is Ruining Pop Music|James Poulos|November 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
c.1600, the better (because mingle is not from Latin), but less-used, English form of commingle. Related: comingled; comingling.
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