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The fault was committed inside the family too, and that makes a great difference.

Augustinus is in despair for the sin he has committed in turning to look after a dog who was running.

In the strength of that conviction he committed a fault of tact.

Butterby was saying that there was no doubt the theft had been committed by Arthur Channing.

He was conscious of no wrong, and he did not shrink as though he had committed one.

The Board of Education committed the entire management of the schools to him.

Her distrust of me was the worst rashness she could have committed.

And to one or other of those currents it always seems to me that she is committed.

He had been sent to India because of a great error which he had committed in his early youth.

Do you believe this to be the first time your brother ever Committed forgery?

WORD ORIGIN

1590s, "entrusted, delegated," past participle adjective from commit (v.). Meaning "locked into a commitment" is from 1948.

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