commercial

[ kuh-mur-shuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF commercial

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMERCIAL

A commercial minister had appeared on the scene, and the shade of Hoskisson had revived.

The spirit of competition and commercial rivalry was absent.

Nevertheless he was not very sanguine of making it a commercial success.

A commercial pursuit is one in which the thing pursued is a dollar.

A commercial republic is but an admirable machine for making money.

There you are with the Whole Duty of Man in a commercial country.'

Strangers come every day; oil has lubricated every commercial joint.

The first strictly commercial transactions were with the Indians.

He has also, for a number of years, been a director of the Commercial Bank of Cleveland.

Now that gambler pretends he is a commercial traveller from Buffalo.

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