- v. Simple past tense and past participle of command.
“_human_ law, under the _Christian Dispensation_, in the _nineteenth century we_ are commanded to do, what _God_ more than _three thousand_ years ago, under the _Mosaic Dispensation, positively commanded_ the”
“It was the quality of the man they judged, not his possessions, and his name commanded a hard-earned respect.”
“Gatland can only hope for good news on the Scarlets prospect, whose displays for his region in the early part of this term commanded rave reviews.”
“Even if clothing and modesty have nothing to do with the soul, the very fact that modesty was commanded, is reason enough.”
“Swing out that starboard boat, Mr. Jackson," the captain commanded, staring after the foaming course of the cow as she surged away for a fresh onslaught.”
“Hard down with your helm!" the captain commanded the steersman, all the life gone out of his voice.”
“I think the respect she once commanded is eroding and will not translate into votes in the General Election, swing states not withstanding.”
“On learning that the officers had refused to violate Mary's direct orders, the council again commanded them to return to Mary's house and carry out their commission:”
“Now," my brain commanded sternly, and out I went to run.”
“When the Continuation War began, he returned to Finland and again commanded his ski troops.”
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