verb (used with or without object), com·min·gled, com·min·gling.
Related formscom·min·gler, nounun·com·min·gled, adjective
Examples from the Web for commingle
These ideas then commingle in such a manner as to form an enormous mass of combinations.Initiation into Philosophy|Emile Faguet
Visions of the past had been ever his companions; now for the first time came visions of the future to commingle with them.The Light of Scarthey|Egerton Castle
There are sects, professing to commingle religion and love, who illustrate the dangers of juxtaposition even in things holy.Sex in Education|Edward H. Clarke
The spray and mist of the three commingle in a common cloud, and the highway passes through the eternal shower bath.Through Scandinavia to Moscow|William Seymour Edwards
Clearly there is a point at which the two commingle, but that is a matter of no present importance.Art|Clive Bell