Synonyms & Antonyms of commingle

to turn into a single mass or entity that is more or less the same throughout
  • commingled the remaining dry ingredients before adding them to the batter

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How is the word commingle different from other verbs like it?

Some common synonyms of commingle are amalgamate, blend, coalesce, fuse, merge, mingle, and mix. While all these words mean "to combine into a more or less uniform whole," commingle implies a closer or more thorough mingling.

a sense of duty commingled with a fierce pride drove her

When can amalgamate be used instead of commingle?

While the synonyms amalgamate and commingle are close in meaning, amalgamate implies the forming of a close union without complete loss of individual identities.

refugees who were readily amalgamated into the community

When is blend a more appropriate choice than commingle?

Although the words blend and commingle have much in common, blend implies that the elements as such disappear in the resulting mixture.

blended several teas to create a balanced flavor

When might coalesce be a better fit than commingle?

While in some cases nearly identical to commingle, coalesce implies an affinity in the merging elements and usually a resulting organic unity.

telling details that coalesce into a striking portrait

When is it sensible to use fuse instead of commingle?

In some situations, the words fuse and commingle are roughly equivalent. However, fuse stresses oneness and indissolubility of the resulting product.

a building in which modernism and classicism are fused

Where would merge be a reasonable alternative to commingle?

The meanings of merge and commingle largely overlap; however, merge suggests a combining in which one or more elements are lost in the whole.

in his mind reality and fantasy merged

When could mingle be used to replace commingle?

The words mingle and commingle are synonyms, but do differ in nuance. Specifically, mingle usually suggests that the elements are still somewhat distinguishable or separately active.

fear mingled with anticipation in my mind

In what contexts can mix take the place of commingle?

The words mix and commingle can be used in similar contexts, but mix may or may not imply loss of each element's identity.

mix the salad greens

mix a drink

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The first known use of commingle was in 1612

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“Commingle.” Thesaurus, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 5 Oct. 2022.

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