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v. com·min·gled, com·min·gling, com·min·gles
To become blended.
To cause to blend together; mix.


to mix or be mixed; blend


or co•min•gle

(kəˈmɪŋ gəl)

v.t., v.i. -gled, -gling.
to mix or mingle together; combine.
com•min′gler, n.


Past participle: commingled
Gerund: commingling

I commingle
you commingle
he/she/it commingles
we commingle
you commingle
they commingle
I commingled
you commingled
he/she/it commingled
we commingled
you commingled
they commingled
Present Continuous
I am commingling
you are commingling
he/she/it is commingling
we are commingling
you are commingling
they are commingling
Present Perfect
I have commingled
you have commingled
he/she/it has commingled
we have commingled
you have commingled
they have commingled
Past Continuous
I was commingling
you were commingling
he/she/it was commingling
we were commingling
you were commingling
they were commingling
Past Perfect
I had commingled
you had commingled
he/she/it had commingled
we had commingled
you had commingled
they had commingled
I will commingle
you will commingle
he/she/it will commingle
we will commingle
you will commingle
they will commingle
Future Perfect
I will have commingled
you will have commingled
he/she/it will have commingled
we will have commingled
you will have commingled
they will have commingled
Future Continuous
I will be commingling
you will be commingling
he/she/it will be commingling
we will be commingling
you will be commingling
they will be commingling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been commingling
you have been commingling
he/she/it has been commingling
we have been commingling
you have been commingling
they have been commingling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been commingling
you will have been commingling
he/she/it will have been commingling
we will have been commingling
you will have been commingling
they will have been commingling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been commingling
you had been commingling
he/she/it had been commingling
we had been commingling
you had been commingling
they had been commingling
I would commingle
you would commingle
he/she/it would commingle
we would commingle
you would commingle
they would commingle
Past Conditional
I would have commingled
you would have commingled
he/she/it would have commingled
we would have commingled
you would have commingled
they would have commingled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.commingle - mix or blend; "His book commingles sarcasm and sadness"
blend, immingle, intermingle, intermix - combine into one; "blend the nuts and raisins together"; "he blends in with the crowd"; "We don't intermingle much"
2.commingle - mix together different elementscommingle - mix together different elements; "The colors blend well"
change integrity - change in physical make-up
gauge - mix in specific proportions; "gauge plaster"
absorb - cause to become one with; "The sales tax is absorbed into the state income tax"
meld, melt - lose its distinct outline or shape; blend gradually; "Hundreds of actors were melting into the scene"
mix in, blend in - cause (something) to be mixed with (something else); "At this stage of making the cake, blend in the nuts"
accrete - grow together (of plants and organs); "After many years the rose bushes grew together"
conjugate - unite chemically so that the product is easily broken down into the original compounds
admix - mix or blend; "Hyaline casts were admixed with neutrophils"
alloy - make an alloy of
syncretise, syncretize - become fused


To put together into one mass so that the constituent parts are more or less homogeneous:


vi (liter)sich vermischen; (colours)ineinander verschwimmen
References in classic literature ?
Two of these, on opposite sides of the area, were now occupied by brilliant and talented gentlemen, enthusiastically forcing up, in English and French commingled, the bids of connoisseurs in their various wares.
Our ashes, at a future period, will probably be found commingled in the cemetery attached to a venerable pile, for which the spot to which I refer has acquired a reputation, shall I say from China to Peru?
The lion's roar, the fierce wolf's savage howl, The horrid hissing of the scaly snake, The awesome cries of monsters yet unnamed, The crow's ill-boding croak, the hollow moan Of wild winds wrestling with the restless sea, The wrathful bellow of the vanquished bull, The plaintive sobbing of the widowed dove, The envied owl's sad note, the wail of woe That rises from the dreary choir of Hell, Commingled in one sound, confusing sense, Let all these come to aid my soul's complaint, For pain like mine demands new modes of song.
It was, beyond doubt, the coincidence alone which had arrested my attention; for, amid the rattling of the sashes of the casements, and the ordinary commingled noises of the still increasing storm, the sound, in itself, had nothing, surely, which should have interested or disturbed me.
This, as I take it, was because all human beings, as we meet them, are commingled out of good and evil: and Edward Hyde, alone in the ranks of mankind, was pure evil.
The words heard by the party upon the staircase were the Frenchman's exclamations of horror and affright, commingled with the fiendish jabberings of the brute.
The Count Valentin looked at our hero from head to foot with his peculiar smile, in which impudence and urbanity seemed perplexingly commingled.
For now, while so quietly Lying, it fancies A holier odor About it, of pansies -- A rosemary odor, Commingled with pansies -- With rue and the beautiful Puritan pansies.
The water, the banks, the forests, the now distant bridge, fort and men, all were commingled and blurred.
Commingled with them were cowboys, Red Indians, and comic, respectful niggers.
She was glowing from her morning toilet as only healthful youth can glow: there was gem-like brightness on her coiled hair and in her hazel eyes; there was warm red life in her lips; her throat had a breathing whiteness above the differing white of the fur which itself seemed to wind about her neck and cling down her blue-gray pelisse with a tenderness gathered from her own, a sentient commingled innocence which kept its loveliness against the crystalline purity of the outdoor snow.
He made thorough examination of the galley, a rude affair, open on the open deck, exposed to wind and rain and storm, a small stove that was not even a ship's stove, on which somehow, aided by strings and wedges, commingled with much smoke, two blacks managed to cook the food for the four-score persons on board.