Thesaurus / mingle

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

The angel in thee and rejects the sprites That ineffectual crowd about his strength, And mingle with his work and claim a share!
If a woman may mingle wisely with post-graduates, why not with under—but no.
FROM THE EASY CHAIR, SERIES 3GEORGE WILLIAM CURTIS
Then the brook can carry away the dish-water without having it seep into the ground and find its way to mingle with the pool.
GIRL SCOUTS AT DANDELION CAMPLILLIAN ELIZABETH ROY
For they apprehended it to be a thing of a turbulent nature to mingle in a crowd as soon as they rose from bed.
CONCORD DAYSA. BRONSON ALCOTT
In the new plan they were to mingle freely with the people, calling themselves brothers, or friars.
Bitter misgivings concerning the boy began to mingle with the reveries of the old man.
Every kind of splendour seemed to mingle there, forming a strange sort of twilight.
Conscious of this superior power, it did not stay long upon the trees, to mingle its chattering with the screams of the coaita.
For let us reiterate and reiterate: you cannot mingle and confuse the various modes of dynamic love.
Nor is there any reason why they should mingle with light which is already clear the distorting rays of a foreign expression.

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