commingle[ kuh-ming-guh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF commingle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMINGLE
Clearly there is a point at which the two commingle, but that is a matter of no present importance.
A dozen broad counties, within the vast range of your vision, commingle their green exhalations.
Visions of the past had been ever his companions; now for the first time came visions of the future to commingle with them.
If they are admitted into the same crowd, they must not commingle with the whites; they are required to stand to one side.
They do not lack high power of will, even if they are unable so to commingle blood and judgment as to master fate.
Things actual and things visionary—the present and the past—began to commingle in my brain in a wild phantasmagoria.
They commingle intimately, but each retains its original and intrinsic quality.
The spray and mist of the three commingle in a common cloud, and the highway passes through the eternal shower bath.
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.