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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of mingle.

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Examples

  • The native hunter with me gazed in mingled fear and amazement.

    Boing Boing: December 3, 2006 - December 9, 2006 Archives

  • He had become unconsciously connected with the lowest dregs of mankind, and would have to see his name mingled with theirs in the daily newspapers.

    Framley Parsonage

  • Her expression mingled wry hope with resignation, as if she hated to admit that her body had failed her.

    The Black Gryphon

  • He is commonly remembered not as the mature creator -- forging, in mingled arrogance and piety, "the uncreated conscience of his race" -- but as a winged figure poised for a break with the dominating forces in his background.

    James Joyce

  • Again, to show how mingled is the question of German influence, Burtales, who was a minister of state and is a German, is not in jail; he was arrested and kept in durance for two or three hours and then liberated.

    Russia

  • Their fixed stare disconcerted me; I rose, and, leaning on my husband's arm, again mingled in the brilliant circle.

    Memoirs of Mary Robinson

  • We sailed at four, with a strong favorable breeze, and the sea was really delightful as we passed among green islets clothed down to the water's edge with dense tropical vegetation, right out into the open water of the Straits of Malacca, a burning, waveless sea, into which the sun was descending in mingled flame and blood.

    The Golden Chersonese and the Way Thither

  • But the spirit of that predatory war which the English carried on against Spain mingled with this scheme of settlement, and on this account, as well as from unacquaintance with a more direct and shorter course to North America, Greenville sailed by the West India

    Confederate Prisoners at Roanoke Island

  • She saw smiles on friendly faces, and heard her name mingled with his.

    Dora Thorne

  • He had become unconsciously connected with the lowest dregs of mankind, and would have to see his name mingled with theirs in the daily newspapers.

    Framley Parsonage

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