intermingle

Part of speech: verb

To mingle together; mix.

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Usage examples "intermingle":

  1. The two peoples are as the halves of a whole; different as chalk from cheese; can supplement, intermingle, but never replace each other. - "Another Sheaf", John Galsworthy.
  2. They, unconsciously, so mix and intermingle the two terms, that nine- tenths of the students present only one side of the question- philosophy, which soon runs into theory, if not supported by the science, which they have lost in their volumes of philosophy. - "The-Light-of-Egypt-or-the-science-of-the-soul-and-the-stars-Volume-2", Burgoyne, Thomas H..
  3. Great blocks of red marble intermingle with yellow stone, white and pink marble courses continue the construction above, and arabesques of a weathered grey stone complete the harmony. - "Cathedral Cities of Italy", William Wiehe Collins.