commerce

[ kom-ers ]SEE DEFINITION OF commerce

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMERCE

It remained throughout these many changes an important center of commerce.

The former is engaged in commerce and the latter is the popular member for Leeds.

Commerce crowds our rivers and rails, our skies, harbors, and highways.

Through the centuries of war men have only played at commerce.

Commerce follows the flag only when the flag flies on merchant ships.

Passengers were not common in that day, while commerce was pushed to the utmost.

It was the hour of noon—the hour at which commerce is busy, and streets are full.

Commerce, better than Charity, feeds the hungry and clothes the naked.

He compelled Algiers to prevent her pirates from preying upon our commerce.

I no tink it much of a countree, no havee muchee--how you call--Commerce.

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