Inter Mingling

Pronunciation of Inter Mingling
/ɪntˈɜː mˈɪŋɡəlɪŋ/, /ɪntˈɜː mˈɪŋɡəlɪŋ/, /ɪ_n_t_ˈɜː m_ˈɪ_ŋ_ɡ_ə_l_ɪ_ŋ/

Synonyms for inter mingling:

commingle (verb)

compound, integrate, intermingle, mingle, unite, inmix.

compound (verb)

admix, blend, bracket, coalesce, concoct, connect, couple, immix, link, meld, synthesize, Coagment, make up.

confuse (verb)

clutter, confound, disarrange, disarray, discombobulate, disorder, disorganize, embroil, encumber, entangle, involve, jumble, litter, mistake, muddle, rumple, tangle, tousle, tumble, mess up, snarl up, bedlamize, discreate, muss up.

fuse (verb)

agglutinate, bind, cement, dissolve, federate, flux, liquefy, melt, run, smelt, solder, thaw, weld, Deliquesce, run together, liquesce.

intermingle (verb)

amalgamate, associate, combine, come together, commingle, commix, fuse, immingle, interlace, intermix, interweave, join, merge, mesh, network, pool, throw together, wed, Interfuse, interblend, throw in with.

knit (verb)

affiliate, affix, ally, cable, contract, crochet, fasten, heal, loop, mend, net, purl, repair, secure, sew, spin, tie, weave, web.

meld (verb)

interface, marry, mix, feather in.

merge (verb)

absorb, assimilate, centralize, conglomerate, consolidate, converge, hook up, incorporate, meet, slap on, submerge, tack on, tag, team up, Immerge, line up, tie in, join up, plug into, be swallowed up, become lost in, become partners, come aboard, deal one in, hitch on, melt into, throw in together.

mingle (verb)


mix (verb)

adulterate, braid, conjoin, cross, embody, hybridize, infiltrate, infuse, instill, interbreed, knead, lump, put together, saturate, stir, suffuse, transfuse, work in, mix up.

weave (verb)

build, careen, complect, complicate, compose, construct, create, cue, entwine, fabricate, fold, interlink, intertwine, introduce, knit, knot, lurch, make, manufacture, mat, plait, ply, reticulate, snake, splice, twine, twist, whip through, wind, wreathe, writhe, zigzag, piece together, Criss-cross, twist and turn, interfold, move in and out.

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