Although I may be unhappy, I won't commit suicide.
There is no sin, and there can be no sin on all the earth, which the Lord will not forgive to the truly repentant! Man cannot commit a sin so great as to exhaust the infinite love of God. Can there be a sin which could exceed the love of God?
Everybody always knows when the politicians do something wrong and how they should do it better, but only a tiny fraction of the population is ready to commit themselves to politics.
They show no remorse for their misdeeds, but continue to commit one crime after another.
Out of all the attributes of the gods, the one I find most pitiable is their inability to commit suicide.
Rolls Royce must commit its entire resources to the project.
Borrowers should think carefully before committing themselves to taking out a loan.
I highly recommend that an organization commit the resources and time to do this.
Carl and Adam committed a crime. They robbed a large supermarket.
I'm mad that I committed a lot of time to this. / commit murder
1. He had enough time to commit crimes. / 2. Whoever committed these crimes, did so with careful thought.
You will commit a crime in the future. to do; perform; perpetrate: to commit murder; to commit an error.
If you are going to be part of this business, I need you to commit to it completely.
Before, young ones used to ask me to draw them a sheep, now they want me to teach them how to make a commit. Times, they are a-changin'.
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