intermingled

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See how our men and the enemy are intermingled in their flight.

Sophie had a sudden sense of the comedy which was intermingled with the tragic of the situation.

These leading breeds, however, have been intermingled in every possible way.

Our arms were round each other; our fair tresses were intermingled.

Smiles and tears are intermingled, as they must be even in the marriage feast.

Garnish'd and intermingled with varied forms of vegetable wealth.

The air and the earth are curiously mated and intermingled, as if the one were the breath of the other.

The actors in these different conflicts were all intermingled.

What bitterness is intermingled with the ineffable sweetness of your words!

They may be reduced to two types, which are often intermingled.