- v. present participle of commingle.
- n. A mixing or mixture.
“If the idea of commingling bodies with the Earth makes you feel a little squeamish, some of the methods used by conventional cemeteries to keep bodies boxed forever aren't much nicer.”
“Corker became a Senator by running that heinous ad against Rep. Ford suggesting he was 'commingling' with a blonde white woman.”
“We talked to a Councilman in Chicago, Illinois today who stated "Politicians do this because utility fee increases don't carry the negative connotation like taxes do." he continued, "Aside from the politics, this kind of commingling of utility fees and taxes prevents the public from knowing how their money is being spent.”
“District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, alleges that Sentinel Management Group Inc. misused customer segregated funds by "commingling" its assets with its customers 'assets and using as much as $444 million in customer funds to securitize a loan with the Bank of New York.”
“It was the hospital's first experiment with "commingling" a stand-alone, hospital-owned physician building outside the hospital's walls, in effect making it a hospital outpatient setting.”
“Are the book fairs, with their new kind of commingling, sending out a hint - perhaps an unintended one - about the timeliness of such initiatives to their organisers?”
“Plessy, the purpose was to prevent "commingling" between the races.”
“In this ad, Dancer is stating that as Secretary of State he will be going after unions on the "secret ballot" issue and tackling their "commingling" of funds.”
“This commingling was most evident in the Five Points area of the Sixth Ward.”
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