Intermingling [verb]

Definition of Intermingling:

blend, mix

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Sentence/Example of Intermingling:

They were welcomed by great shouts of joy with singing and music, British and Indian airs intermingling.

The street cars, the drays, the carriages, and the other intermingling vehicles puzzled his senses and deafened his ears.

As the chase went on the panic increased, the clouds of dust from the road causing an intermingling of friend and foe.

In London there was Society, a continuous intermingling of influential persons and ideas.

The intermingling throng surges into the building from every quarter, and mounts guard at every exit.

And we do not therefore understand the propriety of intermingling this dispute with the general Homeric litigation.

It is tonic and splendid, really, after so much sticky intermingling and backboneless Madonna-worship.

Nowhere in the world is there such an intermingling of various and differing peoples.

We had passed through walls of piled bones, with casks and puncheons intermingling, into the inmost recesses of the catacombs.

"We can't keep this up," he declared, and moved into the eddying throng, the intermingling ceaseless conversations.