committee[ kuh-mit-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF committee
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMITTEE
Mr. Roebuck gave notice of the appointment of his committee.
It fell to young Ried to appoint the committee on decoration.
"Your committee," said Mr. Durant, politely ignoring the manner of the questioner.
But the discretion of the Committee must be an informed discretion.
The advance booking, however, was more than 400, and the committee would not hear of it.
The difficulty would be in forming the committee you speak of.
I desire to imitate the committee in their refinement and delicacy of distinction.
I intend to be inquisitorial, as the committee say they are,--but not impertinently so.
Have you a request from the South that you send a committee to inquire into slanders?
However, he was opposed to any suggestion of a committee of inquiry.