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Synonyms for commit

put in custody

commit yourself to something

Synonyms

  • pledge to
  • promise to
  • bind yourself to
  • make yourself liable for
  • obligate yourself to

Synonyms for commit

to be responsible for or guilty of (an error or crime)

to put in the charge of another for care, use, or performance

to place officially in confinement

to be morally bound to do

Synonyms for commit

perform an act, usually with a negative connotation

give entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause

engage in or perform

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Managers are no more or less honest than the employees--they just have more opportunity to commit bigger thefts.
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Research suggests that having a relationship history characterised by frequent heartbreak, a lack of fulfilment and needy or controlling partners also quashes the desire to commit.
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Most of the victims (83%) made sure shot and successful attempt to commit suicide in their very first attempt.
The law would be applied equally to those intending to commit, plan, supervise, or fund the crimes
According to Solak, children who commit crime can only be rehabilitated in an atmosphere of social harmony.
"We also found that participants who had been victims of violence were 11 times more likely to commit violence," Desmarais says.
One important factor affecting the need for a COMMIT strategy is the amount of elapsed time required for the program to complete.
I must commit a friend's life to your discretion." Robert Louis Stevenson, Kidnapped>
Preteens commit certain crimes in higher proportions, the report found, including arson, sex offenses, vandalism and assault.
3: to commit to a program of retirement planning and investing.
Initially designed to end the "scourge of war" the declaration is expansive enough to stigmatize high-placed political leaders who commit war crimes, crimes against humanity, torture, and genocide.