commingle

[kuh-ming-guhl]
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), commingled, commingling.
to mix or mingle together; combine.

Origin:
1620–30; com- + mingle

commingler, noun
uncommingled, adjective
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commingle (kɒˈmɪŋɡəl)
 
vb
to mix or be mixed; blend

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commingle
1620s, from com- + mingle. Related: commingled (pp. adj., 1640s); commingling (1854).
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Example sentences
Babylonians believed in a world made from a commingling of fresh and salt water.
Where the viability of development depends upon downhole commingling, the plan must identify the commingling strategies.
It is important to determine whether the sustained audit cost was the result of commingling of funds.
Commingling of client or insurer funds with the monies of a producer or agency is strongly discouraged.
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