intermingle

verb
in·​ter·​min·​gle | \ ˌin-tər-ˈmiŋ-gəl How to pronounce intermingle (audio) \
intermingled; intermingling; intermingles

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Examples of intermingle in a Sentence

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
Recent Examples on the Web Preventing lion loss In the past, lions were widespread and, apart from the cave lions, different populations intermingled enough to spread around genes, which is crucial to the species' long-term health. National Geographic, "See the Full Archive," 5 May 2020 In a 2006 paper, researchers explored how the disease triangle for plants translates to human disease events, through the Irish Potato Famine, a historical event that intermingles them both. Caroline Delbert, Popular Mechanics, "To Continue Flattening the Curve, We Need This Triangle," 22 Apr. 2020 His drums and strings are intermingled with roars and squeaks and bleeps, all orderly and not cacophonous. Jon Caramanica, New York Times, "Indie Rap Veterans Return to a Genre Still in Need of Opposition," 4 Apr. 2018 How to keep a school safe Schools should avoid mixing ages and consider adjusting or postponing in-school and extracurricular gatherings that intermingle classes and grades. Noah Weiland, New York Times, "Open Windows. Don’t Share Food. Here’s the U.S. Government’s Coronavirus Advice.," 10 Mar. 2020 According to the 1865 biography, Cushman was embraced by Confederate circles and began spying for the Union, with storied escapades like wearing men’s clothing to intermingle with rebels. Emily Toomey, Smithsonian, "The Actress Who Left the Stage to Become a Civil War Spy," 12 Aug. 2019 Crushed lapis lazuli, a blue semi-precious stone, was intermingled with the turquoise for added color effect. Colin Moore, Outdoor Life, "The 16 Most Awesome Turkey And Duck Calls You’ve Ever Seen," 19 Feb. 2020 The world of book publishing and the internet are more intermingled now than ever, says Hoffman, who is also now a senior editor at Epicurious. TheWeek, "The rise of the mocktail," 22 Feb. 2020 Bent and sliding pitches, other worldly textures and novel sonorities have been central to her musical vocabularies, elements of East and West intermingling in compelling ways. Howard Reich, chicagotribune.com, "Chicago composer Wang Lu links cultures through music with ‘Code Switch’," 30 Sep. 2019

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First Known Use of intermingle

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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“Intermingle.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/intermingle. Accessed 12 Aug. 2020.

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More Definitions for intermingle

intermingle

verb
How to pronounce intermingle (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of intermingle

: to mix together

intermingle

verb
in·​ter·​min·​gle | \ ˌin-tər-ˈmiŋ-gəl How to pronounce intermingle (audio) \
intermingled; intermingling

Kids Definition of intermingle

: to mix together

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