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Definition of "commingling" [commingling]

  • Present participle of commingle. (verb)
  • A mixing or mixture. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "commingling" in a sentence
  • "If the idea of commingling bodies with the Earth makes you feel a little squeamish, some of the methods used by conventional cemeteries to keep bodies boxed forever aren't much nicer."
  • "Corker became a Senator by running that heinous ad against Rep. Ford suggesting he was 'commingling' with a blonde white woman."
  • "We talked to a Councilman in Chicago, Illinois today who stated "Politicians do this because utility fee increases don't carry the negative connotation like taxes do." he continued, "Aside from the politics, this kind of commingling of utility fees and taxes prevents the public from knowing how their money is being spent.""