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Definition of "committing" []

  • Present participle of commit. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "committing" in a sentence
  • "A far better way to look at it is that a crime (such as aiding another in committing a crime) conducted entirely through speech is not immune from prosecution simply because speech was the tool used."
  • "By the end of Book 2, Thomas allies himself firmly with the humans, although he is still emotionally a child and more interested in committing suicide than helping anyone."
  • "(Reading) All advised that during the month of July 1972, that the subject has fallen out of favor of activists Jerry Rubin, Stewart Albert and Rennie Davis, due to subject's lack of interest in committing himself to involvement in anti-war and new left activities."