intermingling

[ in-ter-ming-guh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF intermingling

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There is no intermingling, only a great change of rôles is possible.

Why intermingling could not be synonymous with efficiency, he failed to explain.

A billion angels at his right, intermingling with others—the saints of might.

It is this intermingling of our people which sustains the merit of the home.

Hence the intermingling of races and tongues among the ancient Irish.

It appeared that he had permitted the intermingling of the races in his place of business.

He heard laughter and the intermingling of voices, heard some one say "Good-bye."

That other races have arisen from the intermingling of the blood of these two.

From very early times there has been an intermingling of the different races.

There remains to see what the intermingling has brought forth.