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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of immingle.
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It was radiance and simplicity immingled in his sense of things.
Suspicion, fear, wild anger wove dances in his brain -- witch-dances immingled with cursings upon the heads of Pamphlett and Policeman Rat-it-all ....
The good man's exhortations to Edward to preserve an unblemished life and morals, to hold fast the principles of the Christian religion, and to eschew the profane company of scoffers and latitudinarians, too much abounding in the army, were not immingled with his political prejudices.
Redeemer: not so much in the idea of marriage, as (taking election into view) of a cöcreation; as it were rib of rib, and life woven into life, not copulated or conjoined, but immingled in the being.
"Ourselves too seeming Not as spectators, accepted into it, immingled, as truly Part of it as are the kine of the field lying there by the birches."
The Rude, the Delicate immingled tell How Art would Nature, Nature Art excell.