intermingle

verb
in·​ter·​min·​gle | \ˌin-tər-ˈmiŋ-gəl \
intermingled; intermingling; intermingles

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In her short stories, science fiction and romance intermingle. thoroughly intermingle the different kinds of candy so that each bag will get a good assortment

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More often, Russians intermingle financial dealings with political subterfuge in a complex web that appears superficially legitimate. Jonathan Chait, Daily Intelligencer, "Will Trump Be Meeting With His Counterpart — Or His Handler?," 8 July 2018 Prosecutors contend proceeds from both the drug sales and haircuts were intermingled and used to buy numerous properties and business locations. Guillermo Contreras, San Antonio Express-News, "Feds to auction off heroin-tainted barber shops," 6 July 2018 Obviously now your comms are intermingled with Abu Zubaydah’s comms and that presents a problem. Recode Staff, Recode, "Full transcript: Former NSA and CIA director General Michael Hayden on Recode Decode," 19 June 2018 The elevated beds enable Rocci to stand or sit while tending tomatoes, basil and arugula intermingled with nasturtiums, marigolds and sweet peas. Emily Young, latimes.com, "Making sure Mom and Dad can age in their own space," 15 June 2018 Or does the scene represent Jean-Baptiste's dream, with his personal and artistic lives intermingling? Ben Sachs, Chicago Reader, "L’Enfant Secret is so intimate it feels like a confession," 25 May 2018 Once the action gets going, the movie does a deft job of intermingling humor with a bitter look at the tolls of being a professional athlete. Peter Dawson, star-telegram, "Ranking the top 7 Texas sports movies of all time — and their best scenes," 28 June 2018 With hosts and humans intermingled in the park and the real world, next season is definitely going to be just as confusing. Bill Keveney, USA TODAY, "'Westworld' Season 2 finale: What happened in that post-credits scene?," 25 June 2018 In its shadow, sea lions splash in the shallows, their distinctive barks intermingled with the crashing waves, as scarlet Sally Lightfoot crabs scuttle along the ebony shoreline and Galápagos hawks survey the scene from above. Alexandra Kirkman, Fortune, "Visit the Galapagos Like a Royal," 23 June 2018

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15th century, in the meaning defined above

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intermingle

verb

English Language Learners Definition of intermingle

: to mix together

intermingle

verb
in·​ter·​min·​gle | \ˌin-tər-ˈmiŋ-gəl \
intermingled; intermingling

Kids Definition of intermingle

: to mix together

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