verb as in perform an action
verb as in deliver, entrust
They set up camp in the first quarter and shot 19 for 32 from beyond the arc, more than making up for the 12 turnovers they committed.
The Cavaliers committed a season-high 17 turnovers but shot 64 percent in the second half, including 5 for 10 on three-pointers.
“We would also like to receive input from the Housing Commission, which committed to a study on the viability of a vacancy tax two years ago,” she said.
Later that year, Kennedy committed to play basketball at Loyola of Chicago.
It is widely expected that it will happen for the 2021 season, although Goodell did not commit last week to that.
“What some people fail to realize is that it is not just fraternities that commit sexual assault,” he suggests.
Seevakumaran uploaded six videos to YouTube on March 17, just hours before he would threaten his roommate and commit suicide.
Jackson's story is unique, but only in how long he was made to suffer for a crime he didn't commit.
Third, Republicans should commit to compassion in action rather than compassion in appearance.
Voters fill out their name, address, phone number and sign a pledge that they will “commit to vote.”
With him they were soon on the intimate terms of shipboard—terms that commit one to nothing in the future when land is reached.
She knew that the man's honor, his respect for his race and their struggle had brought him to commit the sacrifice.
Amongst the prisoners were several provincial governors, one of whom attempted to commit suicide.
If you fight in your boots, we must all do the same, and for myself—well, I have not come here to commit suicide.
But it does not follow that because we neither hate nor blame a criminal we should allow him to commit crime.
On this page you'll find 184 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to commit, such as: act, carry out, do, execute, perpetrate, and violate.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.