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mingle in (with someone)

to join in with someone; to mix with people. I am going to go into the hall and mingle in with the rest of the guests. Ken came into the room and mingled in at once.
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mingle (someone) with (someone else)

 and mingle (something) with (something else)
to mix people together; to mix things together. Try to mingle your friends with mine. You had better not mingle your money with that of the corporation.
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mingle with someone

to mix with people. Try to mingle with the guests. I would like to get out and mingle with people more.
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References in classic literature ?
This warmer light mingles itself with the cold spirituality of the moon-beams, and communicates, as it were, a heart and sensibilities of human tenderness to the forms which fancy summons tip.
He left my homely dwelling to mingle with the gay nobility of your brother's court, where he learned to do those tricks of horsemanship which you prize so highly.
But 'tis exceeding hard to obtain this ray pure, because of the simultaneous presence of other stars whose rays mingle with it.
We should have a witches' brewing with a vengeance then--`Mingle, mingle, mingle, mingle, You that mingle may'--and nobody would know which side he was going to take.
At first impressions of the snow-storm, the sledge-shafts, and the horse with the shaft-bow shaking before his eyes, kept passing through his mind, then he remembered Nikita lying under him, then recollections of the festival, his wife, the police-officer, and the box of candles, began to mingle with these; then again Nikita, this time lying under that box, then the peasants, customers and traders, and the white walls of his house with its iron roof with Nikita lying underneath, presented themselves to his imagination.
They should observe what elements mingle in their off spring; for if the son of a golden or silver parent has an admixture of brass and iron, then nature orders a transposition of ranks, and the eye of the ruler must not be pitiful towards the child because he has to descend in the scale and become a husbandman or artisan, just as there may be sons of artisans who having an admixture of gold or silver in them are raised to honour, and become guardians or auxiliaries.
And he who mingles music with gymnastic in the fairest proportions, and best attempers them to the soul, may be rightly called the true musician and harmonist in a far higher sense than the tuner of the strings.
She deserved the scolding, and had bent before it, but her head, though bloody, was unsubdued, and her chirrupings began to mingle with his retreating thunder.
His natural inclination to blame, hitherto kept entirely in abeyance toward his father by the predisposition to think him always right, simply on the ground that he was Tom Tulliver's father, was turned into this new channel by his mother's plaints; and with his indignation against Wakem there began to mingle some indignation of another sort.
Back by popular demand, Snapple is rolling out Snapple Apple Pie and introducing new Snapple Berry Mix & Mingle, a refreshing blend of cranberries and raspberries with a touch of holiday spice.
Tasktop and ThoughtWorks Studios extend integration, reporting and visibility across external ALM systems through Mingle Agile project management platform
Celebrating the one-year anniversary of the city's return to China on July 1, Jiang became the first Communist president in the enclave's history to mingle with ordinary residents.
Founded in August 2011, Mingle is based on where you are and who you are.
There are literally tens of thousands of single adults in the valley, with a real scarcity of places to go where they can meet and mingle with others in a safe and friendly environment,'' Michaels said.
The evening begins with a reception at the Governor Hotel where all 25 authors are invited to sign books and mingle with guests.