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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of commend.

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Examples

  • Full-face motorcycle helmets, as their name commends, cover the rider's head and face, with an acrylic covering for the view port in front.

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  • Augustin commends two of these savage saints of the Isle of

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • That is, an inventor or a thoughtful workman works out a new and better way to serve some established human need; the idea commends itself, and people want to avail themselves of it.

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  • That is, an inventor or a thoughtful workman works out a new and better way to serve some established human need; the idea commends itself, and people want to avail themselves of it.

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  • I just listened to Clinton's speech a second time, and any praise, if you can call it that, occurs at 4: 05 when she "commends" Obama and his supporters, but only in respect to them being a part of a "historic race."

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  • And, of course, the only kind of work recognized will be such as commends itself to the authorities.

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  • God _establishes_, not 'commends' as our translation has it, 'His love towards us in that whilst we were yet sinners Christ died for us.'

    Expositions of Holy Scripture: Romans Corinthians (To II Corinthians, Chap. V)

  • The cabinet "commends" the lawmakers "for their action and pledges to support the acting president in his onerous responsibility of steering the ship of the nation".

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  • The cabinet "commends" the lawmakers "for their action and pledges to support the acting president in his onerous responsibility of steering the ship of the nation".

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  • Moran sought to deflect Murray's criticism, saying he "commends" his opponent's military service and has consistently supported the military.

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