intermingle

[ in-ter-ming-guh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF intermingle
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They are distinguished from one another in thought, but they intermingle.

How they must intersect, cross and intermingle each other's orbits!

It will not be amiss for the Sinistristes to intermingle some menaces with their theories.

The flame from the respective muskets seemed to intermingle.

"Blue blood and red have been known to intermingle," I argued.

After retiring to the drawing-room, the guests should intermingle in a social manner.

Their two trees were not far from each other, but their branches did not intermingle.

All the islands behind seemed to meet and intermingle and to cover themselves with blue haze as they went down on the water.

Strangely enough, as the future proved, were the fortunes of these two to intermingle.

Their protoplasmic bodies not only unite but intermingle, and their nuclei do likewise; from two individuals one results.

WORD ORIGIN

late 15c., from inter- + mingle. Related: Intermingled; intermingling.

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