verb (used without object)
to become mixed, blended, or united.
to associate or mix in company:
She refuses to mingle with bigots.
to associate or take part with others; participate.
verb (used with object)
to mix or combine; put together in a mixture; blend.
to unite, join, or conjoin.
to associate in company:
a hostess who mingles diplomats with executives.
to form by mixing; compound; concoct.
two or more single, unrelated adults who live together.
late Middle English
) to mix (
commingle, intermingle, intermix. See
(often foll by
to mix or cause to mix
to come into close association
[C15: from Old English
to mix; related to Middle Dutch
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Yearning, disappointment and fear mingle with conscious thought, sway.
Afterward the audience and cast mingle and pose for pictures.
The reason bison haven't spread theirs to cattle probably is because they haven't been allowed to mingle in this manner.
Plenty of locals mingle with bands from around the world.
Juan was a quiet guy who didn't mingle with the rest of the graduate students.
But mingle they apparently did, according to the new study.
Mingle tastes from the forest and the sea by grilling fresh salmon on a cedar plank.
Halfway through the program there's a break to let investors mingle with founders and swap contact information.
Scholarly yet easy-going, you inspired me to mingle a sense of humor with the worldly wisdom life imparted.
Blancmange and fritters mingle with less familiar cuisines.
On the hut's deck, trampers from home and abroad mingle with the conviviality of partners in a shared quest.
Post-show, mingle with the cast in the glamorous bar downstairs.
Even in the school cafeteria students of all ages can mingle.
Through the use of duets and trios, the composer allows the characters' feelings to mingle and contrast in a way that is not.
The blossoms here mingle as freely in a room as they might in a field or a cottage garden.
The police provided an escort, who followed them as they mingle with the crowd at the rally.
Jigs and reels mingle in several patterns but they always show a moment in the narration of the lunar year.
Outside the conference room, the costumed hordes strut and mingle.
The neglect allowed the varieties to mingle, and unique hybrids were created.
The antiprotons are then pushed into the same trap as the positrons and left to mingle for a second or so.
Unionists hated pacifists, and in any case unionists and nationalists--of whatever description--did not mingle socially.
Juicy tomatoes mingle with softly scrambled eggs in a saucy dish that's delicious over rice.
The question is not easy to answer because facial muscles are flat and can mingle with other muscles.
It was near that old and sunken grave, yet with a space between, as if the dust of the two sleepers had no right to mingle.
It would mingle and blend artistically these two kinds of enjoyment.
Inside, watch any game you please on the numerous flat screen televisions and mingle with regulars and newcomers.
The agencies also obtained special legislative authority to co-mingle funds.
Historic sites and architecture mingle with modern shops and activities.
It's a popular beach event to mingle and enjoy with food, drink, and music.
Where rainfall is heavy, as along the north coast, riparian woodlands mingle with adjacent forests.