Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: mingle
IPA transcription: [m'ɪŋɡəl]
verb meaning of the word
  • Synonyms: mix, mingle, commix, unify, amalgamate
    Meaning: to bring or combine together or with something else; "resourcefully he mingled music and dance"
  • Synonyms: mingle
    Meaning: get involved or mixed-up with; "He was about to mingle in an unpleasant affair"
Usage examples
  • Dignity, distinction, and a gracious reserve mingle in his bearing.
  • They mingle in companies in large sunny, clean, dormitories, where they visit, read and sing.
  • But you will mingle with our people, and you will see here developments that will surprise you."
  • 'Do you not, sir--without intending it--of a surety without intending it--sometimes mingle the character I fairly earn in your employment, with the character which it is your policy that I should bear?'
  • She had come to mingle romantic tears with Laura's over the lover's defection and had found herself dealing with a heart that could not rise to an appreciation of affliction because its interest was all centred in sausages.
  • "Fellow citizens: It gives me great pleasure to thus meet and mingle with you, to lay aside for a moment the heavy duties of an official and burdensome station, and confer in familiar converse with my friends in your great state.
  • When a Senator, whose place is in Washington moving among the Great and guiding the destinies of the nation, condescends to mingle among the people and accept the hospitalities of such a place as Hawkeye, the honor is not considered a light one.
  • That was reserved exclusively for resident or corresponding members; no one else could possibly have obtained a place; and the city magnates, municipal councilors, and "select men" were compelled to mingle with the mere townspeople in order to catch stray bits of news from the interior.
  • Seated there, in the shadowy old attic, through the very walls of which the ivy grew, and into which, by the open window in the gable, from the infinite west, blew the evening air, carrying with it the precious scent of honeysuckle, to mingle with that of old books, Polwarth recounted and Wingfold listened to a strange adventure.