Definition of Immingling

1. Verb. (present participle of immingle) ¹



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Definition of Immingling

1. immingle [v] - See also: immingle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Immingling

immigrating
immigration
immigrational
immigrations
imminence
imminences
imminencies
imminency
imminent
imminently
imminentness
immingle
immingled
immingles
immingling (current term)
imminute
imminution
imminutions
immiscibilities
immiscibility
immiscible
immiserate
immiserated
immiserates
immiserating
immiseration
immiserization
immiserizations
immiserizing

Literary usage of Immingling

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1. The Aeneid of Virgil by Virgil, Theodore Chickering Williams (1908)
"Wert thou not witness on the Libyan wave "What storm she stirred, immingling sea and sky, " And with ^Eolian whirlwinds made her war, — "In vain and ..."

2. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1828)
"... His beauteous partner, and her blue-eyed boy, Who prattled, played, and fed his soul with joy,— All with immingling rapture fire his heart, ..."

3. The Æneid of Virgil by Virgil (1910)
"Wert thou not witness on the Libyan wave "What storm she stirred, immingling sea and sky, " And with ^Eolian whirlwinds made her war, — "In vain and ..."

4. A Treatise on the Doctrine of Ultra Vires: Being an Investigation of the by Seward Brice, Ashbel Green (1880)
"Therefore, the immingling the municipal funds in any transaction which, from circumstances beyond the corporate control, may cause the loss of those funds, ..."

5. The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature by Tobias George Smollett (1803)
"... by immingling human affections and feelings, that tales of enchantment may most securely be rendered interesting. The poet seems himself aware of his ..."

6. Poems: My Country, Wild Eden, The Players' Elegy, The North Shore Watch by George Edward Woodberry (1903)
"With light immingling, colors, dipped in May, Through multitudinous changes still endure — Orange and unimagined emeralds pure Drift through the softened ..."

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