• Upon the ground, with aching bones, poor bruin mingled sighs and groans
    Upon the ground, with aching bones, poor bruin mingled sighs and groans
  • WordNet 3.6
    • n mingling the action of people mingling and coming into contact "all the random mingling and idle talk made him hate literary parties"
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Mingling mixture: a mixing or blending together
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  • William Shakespeare
    “The web of our life is of a mingled yarn, good and ill together.”
  • Samuel Johnson
    “To act from pure benevolence is not possible for finite human beings, Human benevolence is mingled with vanity, interest, or some other motive.”
  • John Donne
    “More than kisses letters mingle souls.”
  • John Donne
    “Sir, more than kisses, letters mingle souls. For, thus friends absent speak.”
  • Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
    “Like a French poem is life; being only perfect in structure when with the masculine rhymes mingled the feminine are.”
  • Denis Diderot
    “The pit of a theatre is the one place where the tears of virtuous and wicked men alike are mingled.”


Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Freq. of ming.


In literature:

There is mingling in a cushion.
"Matisse Picasso and Gertrude Stein" by Gertrude Stein
Socially, he had never mingled with any but refined society.
"The Memories of Fifty Years" by William H. Sparks
The faint scent of her hair mingled with his pleasurable sense of her frank originality.
"The Grey Wig: Stories and Novelettes" by Israel Zangwill
The lamp flared on her white, childish face, showing him wild joy and horror strangely mingled.
"The Safety Curtain, and Other Stories" by Ethel M. Dell
Mingled with these thoughts came those of the man who had befriended her and even sought her out this day.
"Adrien Leroy" by Charles Garvice
Her love for her father is deep, though mingled with fear.
"Shakespearean Tragedy" by A. C. Bradley
Mingle with the people, therefore; be one of them.
"The Young Man and the World" by Albert J. Beveridge
PUNCH, it is true, sings in durance, but we hear the ring of the bars mingling with the song.
"Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 1, Complete" by Various
A strange feeling of squeamishness mingled with compassion rose in his breast.
"The Awakening" by Leo Nikoleyevich Tolstoy
And in her character, in her individuality, mingled with much he hated was there not something that charmed?
"Bella Donna" by Robert Hichens
Filling in the silence, the dull clatter of chips mingled with the drunken snores of the man on the floor.
"Ben Blair" by Will Lillibridge
Eager was the greeting of each and all to the youthful Nigel, mingled with some surprise.
"The Days of Bruce Vol 1" by Grace Aguilar
Her tears mingled with the snowflakes melting on her face.
"Shaman" by Robert Shea
But I haven't mingled much.
"Valley of Wild Horses" by Zane Grey
All that night, the roar of a great water mingled with his dreams.
"Dusty Star" by Olaf Baker
And with the voices there mingled a piercing music like a continuous screech.
"Bye-Ways" by Robert Smythe Hichens
Mingle looked at his watch and drummed with his fingers on the pane of glass.
"Harper's Round Table, October 22, 1895" by Various
The dampness which is not covered by a cloth is not mingled with color.
"Geography and Plays" by Gertrude Stein
In a moment they were in each other's arms, and mingled tears.
"Alida" by Amelia Stratton Comfield
The faint flush of a recent sunset lay upon the landscape, mingled with the starlight.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science January 1930" by Victor Rousseau

In poetry:

'A bird is singing in my brain
And bubbling o'er with mingled fancies,
Gay, tragic, rapt, right heart of Spain
Fed with the sap of old romances.
"The Nightingale In The Study" by James Russell Lowell
The hues their tattered colors bore
Fall mingling on the sunlit floor
Till evening spreads her spangled pall,
And wraps in shade the storied hall.
"Hymn For The Dedication Of Memorial Hall At Cambridge, June 23, 1874" by Oliver Wendell Holmes
And it flung itself with a mighty leap
From the crest of the hill above,
Till its waters mingled with the deep;--
And the name of the sea was Love.
"Stream And Sea" by John Lawson Stoddard
Upheaved in many a billowy mound
The sea-like, naked turf arose,
Where wandering flocks went nibbling round
The mingled graves of friends and foes.
"The Broken Circle" by Oliver Wendell Holmes
And thus thy wizard skill can weave
Music's soft twilight o'er the breast,
As mingling day and night, at eve,
Robe the far purpling hills for rest.
"To A Lady Who Had Been Singing" by Samuel Griswold Goodrich
THO ' around on creation I gaze,
And am struck with its wonderful plan;
Yet regret must be mingled with praise,
While I feel for the follies of man.
"A Summer's Evening's Contemplation" by Elizabeth Bath

In news:

We're looking for one (1) single man and one (1) single woman to play " Singled Out" at our next Singles Mingle on April 15th at Eagle Vale.
Trading desks like 1010data because it offers a spreadsheet-like user experience along with much deeper analytics and the ability to access various kinds of data, mingle it together and cross- analyze it.
A social period to allow the amateur astronomers to mix and mingle starts around 6:30 pm and the meeting will begin at 7 p.m.
The third annual Christmas with the Parrots Open House will be held Dec 15 at Dee's Haven in Lexington, where visitors can mingle with the 33 rescued birds that need permanent homes.
Menifee is a mix of suburban and rural areas, wild fields and ranches mingling with freeways, housing tracts and shopping centers PHOTO BY JOHN F HILL.
Local law enforcement, firefighters and EMS personnel took time out to mix and mingle with their community.
Visitors can mingle with other birders and view various mounted bird species indigenous to this area.
Members of First Presbyterian in Carthage mingle during the church's recent Fall Bazaar inside the new Family Life Center.
Chubby Checker mingled with the crowd during his show at the Dutchess County Fair, where he performed hits from his long career.
As the players mingled between photo shoots, they had free time to talk.
Granbury City Council Candidate Gary Couch (center) mingles with the crowd Tuesday evening at American Town Hall as election results come in.
Fix this salad early in the morning and let the flavors mingle as long as possible.
Are you single and ready to mingle.
The site, as the name implies, only allows attractive men and women to flirt and mingle amongst each other.
The " Single Mingle" is just the thing to heat up a cold January.

In science:

We claim further that an operation exists for any pattern satisfying a certain “mingling property”.
When Can You Fold a Map?
We call this the mingling property because, for maximal sequences of consecutive creases with the same direction, it says that there are folds of the opposite direction nearby.
When Can You Fold a Map?
In this sense, the mountain-valley pattern is “crowded” and the mountains and valleys must “mingle” together.
When Can You Fold a Map?
Next we show that having the mingling property suffices to imply the existence of a single crimpable pair or foldable end.
When Can You Fold a Map?
Ideally, we could show at this point that performing either of the two local operations preserves the mingling property, and hence a mountain-valley pattern is mingling precisely if it is flat-foldable.
When Can You Fold a Map?
Figure 10: A mingling mountain-valley pattern that when crimped is no longer mingling and hence not flat-foldable.
When Can You Fold a Map?
Proof: By Lemma 3.1, the pattern is mingling, and hence by Lemma 3.2 we can find a crimpable pair or a foldable end.
When Can You Fold a Map?
Under such circumstances relaxation is closely mingled with microscopic motion, and it is impossible to obtain isolated experimental information on relaxation alone.
Structural Relaxation and Mode Coupling in a Simple Liquid: Depolarized Light Scattering in Benzene
The result is then another manifestation of the fact that the non-linear background, though it involves higher order κ2n/3 , n ≥ 2 field-theory corrections, is protected by supersymmetry and does not mingle with the unknown higher order κ2n/3 , n ≥ 2 corrections of heterotic Mtheory.
Enlarging the Parameter Space of Heterotic M-Theory Flux Compactifications to Phenomenological Viability
This provides a confident means of identifying the eruption date and deciding whether multiple eruptions have co-mingling knots.
The Nova Shell and Evolution of the Recurrent Nova T Pyxidis
Scheme, enabling the sort of code/data mingling outlined above.
Developing and applying heterogeneous phylogenetic models with XRate
Moreover there is the added computational advantage of allowing the determining equations in the adjoint system ℓ∗ and the extra system h to be mingled to optimally solve the determining system ℓ∗ ∪ h, as illustrated by the conservation law classification results for the PDE examples in Part I.
Direct construction method for conservation laws of partial differential equations. Part II: General treatment
Conventional clustering methods using correlational association among probes seem not appropriate in this stage, because these may yield mingled clusters: repetitiously copied probes mixed with similarly behaving probes.
Spatial clustering of array CGH features in combination with hierarchical multiple testing
Alper Atamt¨urk and Kiavash Kianfar. n-step mingling inequalities: facets for mixed integer knapsack sets.
Equivariant Perturbation in Gomory and Johnson's Infinite Group Problem
Although the transformations do not mingle the sets embedded into A with the sets embedded into B , the requirement that the initial spaces be trivial necessitates some links which are more subtle.
Some Combinatorics behind Proofs