Definition of Commitments

1. Noun. (plural of commitment) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Commitments

1. commitment [n] - See also: commitment

Lexicographical Neighbors of Commitments

commit a bill
commit point
commit suicide
commit to memory
commital
commitment
commitment-phobe
commitment-phobes
commitment-phobia
commitment-phobic
commitment of mentally ill
commitmentphobe
commitmentphobes
commitments (current term)
commitology
commits
commits suicide
committable
committal
committal service
committal to memory
committal to writing
committals
committed suicide
committedly
committedness
committee

Literary usage of Commitments

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. China at the Conference: A Report by Westel W[oodbury] Willoughby (1922)
"At the fifth plenary session, held February 1, these resolutions were unanimously approved by the Conference. commitments without Time Limits. ..."

2. Journal of the Statistical Society of London by Statistical Society (Great Britain) (1886)
"and Lincoln, tho proportion of the commitments has increased in the same period from 1 in 669 to 1 in 604; the increase of the population being 6'8 per ..."

3. The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for by Edmund Burke (1828)
"The first object to which the attention of the committee was turned was, to inquire into the increase of the number of commitments as compared with the ..."

4. Environment in the Transition to a Market Economy: Progress in Central and by Anthony Zamparutti, Centre for Co-operation with Non-members (1999)
"In contrast, many OECD countries have increased their CO2 emissions since I990 and some may have difficulty meeting their commitments without the use of the ..."

5. The Law Relating to the Custody of Infants: Including Forms and Precedents by Lewis Hochheimer (1899)
"commitments Classed.—The law relating to the commitment of minors to various juvenile institutions is entirely statutory. Such commitments may be ..."

6. A Treatise on Injunctions and Other Extraordinary Remedies: Covering Habeas by Thomas Carl Spelling (1901)
"commitments of Justice's Courts — Such Courts distinguished from those of Record. ... commitments by Legislative Bodies. 1292. Jurisdic.tional Facts may be ..."

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