Definition of commingle
- … that fine and funny book, in which horror and laughter are commingled …
- —William Styron
- Proceeds from the sale have been commingled with other funds.
Fact and fiction commingle in the story.
He commingled his personal funds with money from the business.
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: to join or mix together
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without deliberation, pause, or delay
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