commutation

[ kom-yuh-tey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF commutation

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His great anxiety was whether he should lose his commutation.

Her father was in banishment, the commutation of a sentence of death.

The commutation of pensions was an experiment of the most benevolent intention.

Its value consisted in the pensions he received as a sort of commutation.

Further, on 2nd April, he proposed a commutation of the Land Tax.

The other prisoner for the same offences received the same sentence and commutation.

Commutation and rations while on leave will not be paid in any case.

I tell you I get a comfortable conscience by an easy system of commutation.

You have to spend car-fares there, and here you have a commutation ticket to get.

For the same reason, I entirely disagree with you on any commutation of tithes.

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