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[kuh-ming-guh l] /kəˈmɪŋ gəl/
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), commingled, commingling.
to mix or mingle together; combine.
Origin of commingle
1620-30; com- + mingle
Related forms
commingler, noun
uncommingled, adjective Unabridged
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Examples from the web for commingled
  • Responses to this question also revealed the extent to which ideology, voting patterns, and race had become commingled.
  • Every day commingled materials are delivered to the site and stored outside in mounds.
  • commingled containers may not be painted or altered in any way.
  • Aluminum such as soda cans and baking products can be commingled.
  • Tin such as coat hangers, unpainted metal and tin cans can be commingled.
  • Provide recycling bins for mixed paper and commingled materials at strategic locations on each floor.
British Dictionary definitions for commingled


to mix or be mixed; blend
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Word Origin and History for commingled



1620s, from com- + mingle. See comingle. Related: Commingled; commingling.

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