Simple past tense and past participle of command.(verb)
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Use "commanded" in a sentence
"_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."