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"Commit Meaning"

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Similar Words: committment, committitur, committing treason, committing to paper, committing to memory, committing sin, committing sacrilege, committing perjury, committing paper

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Word Example of - Commit

Example Sentences for commit

She was preparing to commit suicide; and if you had died, she would not have survived you an hour.

It accounts for the readiness to commit suicide and for the indifference to martyrdom.

Therefore, has he sent you, my son, that to you I may commit the secrets of his power and worship.

Was it your intention to commit suicide when you entered this room to spy upon us?

For He that said, Do not commit adultery, said also, Do not kill.

You might do much worse than to commit the whole passage to memory.

If it is much longer in my possession I shall be under a temptation to commit grand larceny.

It will be a very good thing for you to commit this rule to memory.

His regard for the ranger into whose care he was now about to commit his wife and daughter, persisted in spite of his suffering.

Of course it is not necessary to say that, if they are not stopped in time, they will commit atrocities.

Word Origin & History of - Commit

    Word Origin & History of Commit

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The Definition of - Commit (verb)

    verb (used with object), committed, committing.
    1.
    to give in trust or charge; consign.
    2.
    to consign for preservation:
    to commit ideas to writing; to commit a poem to memory.
    3.
    to pledge (oneself) to a position on an issue or question; express (one's intention, feeling, etc.):
    Asked if he was a candidate, he refused to commit himself.
    4.
    to bind or obligate, as by pledge or assurance; pledge:
    to commit oneself to a promise; to be committed to a course of action.
    5.
    to entrust, especially for safekeeping; commend:
    to commit one's soul to God.
    6.
    to do; perform; perpetrate:
    to commit murder; to commit an error.
    7.
    to consign to custody:
    to commit a delinquent to a reformatory.
    8.
    to place in a mental institution or hospital by or as if by legal authority:
    He was committed on the certificate of two psychiatrists.
    9.
    to deliver for treatment, disposal, etc.; relegate:
    to commit a manuscript to the flames.
    10.
    to send into a battle:
    The commander has committed all his troops to the front lines.
    11.
    Parliamentary Procedure. to refer (a bill or the like) to a committee for consideration.
    verb (used without object), committed, committing.
    12.
    to pledge or engage oneself:
    an athlete who commits to the highest standards.