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Mingle in a sentence

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Sentence count:75+5 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-02Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: associateblendcombinemixSimilar words: singlewinglesssingle outsinglenessseeminglyanglejunglebungleMeaning: ['mɪŋgl]  v. 1. to bring or combine together or with something else 2. get involved or mixed-up with 3. be all mixed up or jumbled together. 
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(1) Mingle these two substances before the experiment.
(2) Oil will not mingle with water.
(3) The two rivers mingle their waters when they join.
(4) Add the mint and allow the flavours to mingle.
(5) The flowers mingle together to form a blaze of colour.
(6) The colours don't mingle well.
(7) The two flavours mingle well.
(8) She was eager to mingle with the other guests.
(9) She is very shy and does not mingle with the children at school.
(10) If we mingle with the crowd, we should not be noticed.
(11) One of the hostess's duties is to mingle with the guests.
(12) I think I'll mingle some of these red flowers with the pink ones.
(13) If we mingle with the crowd we shall not be noticed.
(14) Water and alcohol may mingle with each other in any proportions.
(15) Several streams mingle in this river on their way to the sea.
(16) If you'll excuse me, I must go and mingle .
(17) Three streams mingle in this river on its way to the sea.
(18) Go out of your way to mingle with others at the wedding.
(19) She likes to mingle with the arty set.
(20) Our lips brushed(, but our tongues did not mingle.
(21) Playfulness and formality can mingle, even at a wedding.
(22) The cast came out to mingle with the audience.
(23) But when a Duchess descends to mingle with a person of obscure birth, does she not then degrade herself?
(24) The projections mingle in the middle and nothing is clearly defined.
(25) As her tears continued to fall unheeded to mingle with the rain, her mouth twisted bitterly.
(26) We did not have a chance to mingle with Okinawansthey were considered second-class citizens.
(27) He used to train in a local park and mingle with other runners.
(28) After being introduced, the officials from the two sides had little choice but to mingle.
(29) Peasants in black pajamas and conic straw hats had flowed in from nearby villages to mingle with merchants and mandarins.
(30) However, where the two colours merge there is a less distinct division as they mingle in an area of dots.
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