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Frank J. Wilstach, comp.  A Dictionary of Similes.  1916.
  Mingled … 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.
            —George Eliot
  Mingled in these vulgar controversies like a knight of romance among caitiff brawlers.
            —Henry Hallam
                Mingle into one,
Like blended streams that make one music as they run.
            —Thomas Hood
  They had mingled their hearts together as they grew up, as two saplings planted near, mingle their branches as they become trees.
            —Victor Hugo
  Mingle … like sunshine and rain.
            —William Knox
                Mingling foes,
Like billows dash’d in conflict.
            —James Montgomery
My soul is commingled with thine,
As water is mingled with wine.
  Meet and mingle like human fear and hope.
            —A. J. Ryan

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