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adjective as in combined

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adjective as in integrated

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adjective as in interwoven

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But when patients broke out of the West Point Holding Center they came to our house, they mingled with my family behind my back.

Mingled with all the bizarre zoology, however, are many impressively accurate and detailed descriptions.

In later years, Mandela would translate it with mingled pride and self-deprecating humor as “troublemaker.”

He apparently mingled easily with the members of Task Force Ranger and seemed happy to be there.

Gray smoke from its engine mingled with petrol fumes and a metallic smell of burning.

Soon after they parted, with a sarcastic laugh from the Spaniard, and Ma'amselle mingled with the crowd.

At this moment the tinkling of a mule's bells, mingled with the song of the muleteer, came on the air.

Lawrence mingled with the crowd, and as he read he felt a bulky envelope thrust in his hand and caught a glimpse of a dusky arm.

It had come on to rain, and the raw dampness mingled itself with the dusky uproar of the Strand.

Since that memorable night of mingled joy and despair, I thought not that such rapture awaited me again on earth.


On this page you'll find 430 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mingled, such as: connected, mixed, united, and joined.

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