commingling

[ kuh-ming-guh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF commingling

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He pressed her hands with a commingling of affection and respect.

What I have to add is a commingling of past local history and present local history.

The result of all this was that there was a great moving, and, to some extent, commingling of the nations.

In its essential elements it is a commingling of Animism and ancestor-worship.

There is inspiration in this commingling of hill and vale and sea and sky.

It had begun to storm, with a commingling of rain and snow, and a chilly blast from the ocean.

And yet in the mystical unity of their commingling duality, they are one flesh.

All this would be nothing if there were not that commingling with men of infamous passions.

There was here a commingling of tragedy and comedy such as I had seldom seen.

There was no end to the gigantic and grotesque variety of the commingling outlines.

WORD ORIGIN

1620s, from com- + mingle. See comingle. Related: Commingled; commingling.

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