Definition of Comember

1. one that shares membership [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Comember

comedos
comedown
comedowns
comedy
comedy ballet
comedy of manners
comelier
comeliest
comelily
comeliness
comelinesses
comeling
comely
comely maidens
comelyness
comember (current term)
comembers
comen
comenic acid
comeover
comeovers
comer
comers
comes
comes about
comes across
comes along
comes around
comes back
comes by

Literary usage of Comember

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1. Cases on the Law of Bills and Notes: Selected from Decisions of English and by Howard Leslie Smith (1922)
"Whether the City Bank had the right, under the rules of the association, as between it and the National Bank of Commerce, its comember, to return the check, ..."

2. Annotated Cases, American and English by H Noyes Greene, William Mark McKinney, David Shephard Garland (1917)
"... its comember, to return the check is of no consequence. So far as the payee was concerned it could refuse payment for any reason or no reason. ..."

3. Dialects for Oral Interpretation by Gertrude Elizabeth Johnson (1922)
""But maybe, seem' it's silver, somebody mought ri- comember to buy me a thimble—or a breastpin. Ole Hannah, de Williamson's cook, she got a lovely brooch, ..."

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