- v. present participle of mingle.
- n. the action of people mingling and coming into contact
“If only there were time for a mini-course in mingling!”
“The result of the genre-mingling is a diverse mix of stories that either hint at or have feet firmly entrenched in whatever your own personal definition of space opera might be.”
“Christine has heard her name mingling in the air with that of her whose son is one day to be King of France.”
“Roman empire! how countless the nations which swarm forth, in mingling and indistinct hordes, constantly changing the geographical limits — incessantly confounding the natural boundaries!”
“But is it the mixing of religion and politics in general that Americans oppose, or could it be what R. R. Reno, editor-in-chief of First Things, identifies as "mingling certain kinds of religion with certain kinds of politics?”
“The goat-men moved in and out of the shadows, their cries and calls mingling one with another into a low but threatening murmur.”
“In his penultimate film, Wittgenstein, Derek Jarman attempts to grapple with the life and ideas of the brilliant, tortured philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein, applying to the great man's life a framework that can only be described as the mingling of avant-garde theater with the aesthetics of a children's TV show.”
“He saw the same fierce and terrible expression mingling with her love, and kindling in her eyes.”
“Above this sand-spit thousands of gulls flashed, skirling and screeching in the sunlight, their weird, thin calls mingling with the diapason of the surf that boomed against the beach and the hundred reefs of Kon Klayu.”
“Its singular beauty has been accurately defined as a mingling of horror and compassion, of terror and curiosity.”
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