Definition of Commingled

1. Verb. (past of commingle) ¹



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Definition of Commingled

1. commingle [v] - See also: commingle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Commingled

commigrate
commigrated
commigrates
commigrating
commigration
commigrations
comminate
comminated
comminates
comminating
commination
comminations
comminatory
comming
commingle
commingled (current term)
comminglement
comminglements
commingler
comminglers
commingles
commingling
comminglingly
comminglings
comminute
comminuted
comminuted fracture
comminuted skull fracture
comminutes
comminuting

Literary usage of Commingled

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1. Material Recovery Facilities for Municipal Solid Waste: Handbookby DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"2.3.7 Flow Chart and Mass Balance—High Technology--commingled Container Line Continuing with the example, and using the proportions of recyclable materials ..."

2. The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine by Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew (1836)
"—what was that noise? Did not a portion of the rock above — some massy mountain of stone — then fall? No — it was only the thunder of commingled rapids, ..."

3. A Defense of Edgar Allan Poe: Life, Character and Dying Declarations of the by John J. Moran (1885)
"... Fraternal tears to shed, And with commingled love and pride •Claim kin with the buried dead? Or one, on whom, by chance the dead Had only simply ..."

4. Kinkaid on Irrigation Law of Colorado: The Law of Irrigation as Enunciated by Del Bresee Kinkaid, Colorado (1912)
"commingled waters—Rights in. "The fact that the waters of the reservoir and canal companies might have been commingled, as alleged, gave the defendants no ..."

5. Memoirs of a Life, Chiefly Passed in Pennsylvania, Within the Last Sixty by Alexander Graydon (1811)
"... only carry his politeness so far as not absolutely to dissent from the opinion ; and there was, of course, no commingled flow of soul upon the occasion. ..."

6. The Dawn in Britain by Charles Montagu Doughty (1906)
"With theirs, sounds loud commingled, people's voice ; In great mead-hall of royal ... commingled ..."

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