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Definition of "commingled" [commingled]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of commingle. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "commingled" in a sentence
  • "But plaintiffs 'attorney Molly Hamilton showed that wire transfers to Beckman did not come from Crown Forex, but from what she called commingled accounts at U.S. banks that got money from other investors, too."
  • "We have been involved in covering many criminal cases and under the criminal code, when this happens in CORPORATE AMERICA, it is known as commingled money, and that alone can give Counsel the right to "Pierce the Veil" of Corporate Protection, thus holding the above named gentlemen, in violation of the Federal RICO ACT and Absolute Personal Liability for these illegal maneuvers against the citizens of the State of Utah."
  • "My bookseller has dwelt so long in his corner with folios and quartos and other antique tomes that he talks in black-letter and has the modest, engaging look of a brown old stout binding, and to the delectation of discriminating olfactories he exhaleth an odor of mildew and of tobacco commingled, which is more grateful to the true bibliophile than all the perfumes of Araby."
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