commit

[ kuh-mit ]SEE DEFINITION OF commit

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I determined to commit suicide on the very day on which I left prison.

She told me once that it was better to talk about adultery than to commit it!

Commit it then to the flames: for it can contain nothing but sophistry and illusion.

Let that feeling represent what I could tell you, and commit her to your friendliness with my thanks.'

A people can commit theft; a people can confess theft; a people can repent of theft.

Never would he commit such a crime as to allow people to be poisoned.

There was scarcely a fault which a General could commit which Feversham had not been guilty of.

Yea, as a friend who loves you far too dearly to advise you to commit any folly.

Do not commit the fallacy of sitting down for a little rest.

You mistake my nature, Margaret, and you commit a cruel treason against my love.

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