|Frank J. Wilstach, comp. A Dictionary of Similes. 1916.|
like the fragments of a couple of broken lantern slides swept up together.|
Robert. C. Bates
| Our two spirits mingled like scents from varying roses that remain one sweetness, nor can ever more be singled.|
| Mingled in these vulgar controversies like a knight of romance among caitiff brawlers.|
| Mingle into one,|
Like blended streams that make one music as they run.
| They had mingled their hearts together as they grew up, as two saplings planted near, mingle their branches as they become trees.|
like sunshine and rain.|
| Mingling foes,|
Like billows dashd in conflict.
|My soul is commingled with thine,|
As water is mingled with wine.
| Meet and mingle like human fear and hope.|
A. J. Ryan