commuting[ kuh-myoot ]SEE DEFINITION OF commuting
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMUTING
Uses them for commuting between Rio and his place back inland.
And to force his leaders to mingle with commuting employees in heavy traffic!
These are the big centres of commuting as the American railroads know it.
One way in which the men save their money is by commuting their rations.
I suppose that I am commuting a felony, but it is just possible that I am saving a soul.
But more and more people are taking to commuting and we look to that to save things.
In January, 1915, Carl took up his teaching again in real earnest, commuting to Alamo every night.
The custom of living in the suburbs, commuting as they call it here, hadn't begun in the seventies.
One assistant from a suburban library did the same, commuting daily.
Among their other duties, they had the power of commuting each ratepayer's statute-labor for five years.