to mix or mingle together; combine.
- Also co·min·gle, co-min·gle .
- com·min·gler, noun
- un·com·min·gled, adjective
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How to use commingle in a sentence
It feels like no one tried to figure out if commingling these games is actually a good thing for any of them.Call of Duty’s merged world has everything a player could want. Except logic. | Mike Hume | December 18, 2020 | Washington Post
I feel a commingled grief; so much promise lost, the end of a legacy.
The best tooth-powders are made from cuttle-fish, prepared chalk, and orris-root commingled together in equal quantities.The Ladies' Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness | Florence Hartley
But he was not the only Patrick, and as time went on traditions of one other Patrick at least came to be commingled with his own.Archaic England | Harold Bayley
Miss West glanced around the room on her first entry with some astonishment largely commingled with admiration.A Life Sentence | Adeline Sergeant
Sometimes when he bent over her she experienced a commingled ecstasy and fear that he would seize her in his arms.The Dwelling Place of Light, Complete | Winston Churchill
The fighting was still going on, and the cries and the clashing of weapons were strangely commingled, but faintly heard.Marcus: the Young Centurion | George Manville Fenn
British Dictionary definitions for commingle
to mix or be mixed; blend
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