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