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Correct spelling: command
- kom-mand', v.t. to order: to bid: to exercise supreme authority over: ( Shak.) to demand: to cause to act: ( Shak.) to exact: to have within sight, influence, or control.-- v.i. to have chief authority: to govern.-- n. an order: authority: message: the ability to overlook or influence: the thing commanded.-- ns. COMMANDANT', an officer who has the command of a place or of a body of troops, COMMANDANT'SHIP.-- v.t. COMMANDEER', to compel to military service.-- ns. COMMAND'ER, one who commands: an officer in the navy next in rank under a captain; COMMAND'ER-IN-CHIEF, the highest staff appointment in the British army: the officer in supreme command of an army, or of the entire forces of the state; COMMAND'ERSHIP; COMMAND'ERY, the district under a commander, specially used in connection with the Templars, the Hospitallers, and other religious orders.-- adj. COMMAND'ING, fitted to impress or control.-- adv. COMMAND'INGLY.-- n. COMMAND'MENT, a command: a precept.-- COMMANDER OF THE FAITHFUL, a title of the caliphs.-- AT COMMAND, available for use; ON COMMAND, under orders.-- TEN COMMANDMENTS, the ten Mosaic laws: ( slang) the ten finger-nails, used by women in fighting. [ Fr. commander-- L. commend[= a]re-- com, and mand[= a]re, to entrust.]
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