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These thoughts commingle in a very tragic way with the avalanche of public disasters which is thundering down on all sides.
A dozen broad counties, within the vast range of your vision, commingle their green exhalations.
They commingle intimately, but each retains its original and intrinsic quality.
I withdraw the thin prism; yellow and blue immediately commingle, and we have white as the result of their union.
In some nations and places—as, for instance, among the Jews and in our own New England—they notably commingle.
TRAGIC SENSE OF LIFEMIGUEL DE UNAMUNO
These ideas then commingle in such a manner as to form an enormous mass of combinations.
There are sects, professing to commingle religion and love, who illustrate the dangers of juxtaposition even in things holy.
SEX IN EDUCATIONEDWARD H. CLARKE
A dozen broad counties, within the scope of your vision, commingle their green exhalations.
A like fate awaits him and the two rages commingle in a whirlpool.
ULYSSESJAMES JOYCE
Then, says Talmage, "the huzza of the victorious Israelites and the groan of the conquered Canaanites commingle!"
ARROWS OF FREETHOUGHTGEORGE W. FOOTE

WORDS RELATED TO COMMINGLE

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longanimitynoun | [long-guh-nim-i-tee, lawng- ]SEE DEFINITION
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