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noun as in group living together

verb as in communicate, experience with another

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It can be just as revelatory for the casual weekend car-camper as it is for the committed section hiker, a chance to commune with nature just a bit more intimately.

She calls for strong legal measures, such as conservation easements that prevent logging, but also recognizes the need to convey the emotional power of communing with nature.

Even spending time with the tree in your front yard can offer what Milius describes as the emotional power of communing with nature.

A morning excursion would be our family’s last chance together to commune with the humpbacks.

Dearie acknowledged the toll the coronavirus pandemic has taken on panda lovers in the Washington region, who are unable to commune in person with the animals.

Even if there were cows, they belonged to the commune and no one was allowed to slaughter them or consume them.

“I grew up in a very special family, on a commune, and I loved it,” he says.

Today's commune members strive to reconcile communal responsibility with individual ambitions and aspirations.

What typifies the modern commune is the fact that it has learnt from earlier mistakes.

“I went there to study F. Scott Fitzgerald and Hemingway, and I moved in next door to a commune of heroin addicts,” Lawford says.

La harangue devoit finir en l'adieu et comploration commune de tous.

He also instituted primary schools in every commune, and started an cole Normale for the training of teachers.

Have you come to commune once more with the sweet gentle spirit before it passes away?

The head of a commune is the Administrator, and the corporation is known as the Municipal Chamber.

When the bell of the belfry shall sound to assemble the Commune, anyone who does not attend shall pay a fine of twelve sous.


On this page you'll find 40 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to commune, such as: cooperative, kibbutz, municipality, village, collective, and commonage.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.