Definition of Immingled

1. Verb. (past of immingle) ¹



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Definition of Immingled

1. immingle [v] - See also: immingle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Immingled

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

Literary usage of Immingled

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1. Nine Sermons: Preached Before the University of Oxford, and Printed Chiefly by Edward Bouverie Pusey (1859)
"This that He said, ' He that eateth My Flesh, and drinketh My Blood, abideth in Me and I in Him,' showed that He is immingled ..."

2. The Atlantic Monthly by Making of America Project (1865)
"WITH immingled pain I write the name of Laetitia Elizabeth Lan- don, — the LEL, whose poems were for so long a period the delight of all readers, ..."

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