verb (used with or without object), com·min·gled, com·min·gling.
- commines, philippe de,
- comminuted fracture,
Origin of commingle
Examples from the Web for commingled
I feel a commingled grief; so much promise lost, the end of a legacy.
Mute admiration, commingled with despair, seized the travelers as they surveyed the forest grandeur in its twilight robe.A Japanese Boy|Shigemi Shiukichi
Trojans and men of Looe turned tail and were swept in one commingled crowd down the beach.The Mayor of Troy|Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
She was puzzled over this wild, fumbling-thoughted lover, with his commingled gleams of fact and fancy.The Cassowary|Stanley Waterloo