from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who, or that which, mingles.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who mingles.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who mingles or mixes.
I plan on getting thoroughly hammered, which may be necessary to handle the horrifying nature of holiday parties (I'm not what you would consider a "mingler").
Ms. Clarkson was an energetic mingler, marveling at another guest's vivid orange cocktail dress.
Doctorow, a skilful mingler of history and fiction, recounts the life of two brothers orphaned by the flu epidemic of 1918, who virtually confine themselves for the rest of their lives to their solid New York mansion.
Alex Geana writer, blogger, cocktail party mingler, sometimes smart.
Alex Geana photographer, writer, cocktail party mingler
Heather appointed me mingler-in-chief, so we sat and talked with everyone from cast members to other media, the DJ to the waitresses.
Alex Geana writer, photographer, cocktail party mingler
In its original, 1980s incarnation, it was a mingler for transvestites and coked-up glitterati; by the mid-1990s club owners and guests were copulating openly onstage.
So maybe it's a good dress for, say, an underconfident party mingler.
This usually spells disaster for me because I am not a mingler.
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