verb (used with or without object), in·ter·min·gled, in·ter·min·gling.
- intermetallic compound,
- intermetatarsal joint,
Origin of intermingle
Examples from the Web for intermingle
For other forces which affect distribution act simultaneously with it, and all intermingle their results.The Settlement of Wage Disputes|Herbert Feis
The English intermingle in their decoration, colours very finely blended; nor do they find any transition too delicate.Needlework As Art|Marian Alford
Their protoplasmic bodies not only unite but intermingle, and their nuclei do likewise; from two individuals one results.
Nor have I hesitated to intermingle psychological motives and motives arising from the growth and spread of civilisation.The Evolution of Love|Emil Lucka
Their two trees were not far from each other, but their branches did not intermingle.The Story of Ab|Stanley Waterloo