I never commit myself on such issues.
The actor committed the part to memory.
Russia was committed to fielding 800,000 men.
He couldn't commit himself on any issue.
You should commit your idea to writing.
She drove him on to commit murder.
Our brigade will be committed at dawn.
He would not commit himself in any way.
I commit this evil book to the flames.
Two key witnesses at her trial committed perjury.
The villain made no scruple of committing murder.
I fear lest we commit an inexcusable blunder.
The robbery was committed by a group of delinquents.
She wishes to unlive the crimes she has committed.
[no obj.]try it out before you commit to a purchase.
He blurted out the truth, that he committed the crime.
The crime he committed is a blot on his record.
You want teens to have committed sexual relationships? Get real!.
He was sentenced to one year’s imprisonment for committing bigamy.
He would be incapable of committing such a cruel deed.
He committed himself to the doctor's care.
I commit to things all the time.
Come on. We didn't commit a crime.
John Kennedy committed us to a deadline.
I didn't have to. He committed suicide.
Are you sure you're committed to this?
Well, we are committed to each other.
Wouldn't you commit to a nice guy?
Before we commit grand theft auto together?
Okay, too late, because I'm already committed!
What do you mean, transgressions I've committed?
Does not mean a crime was committed.
Because then the client would have committed...
That he can never commit to anything--
We deal specifically with people who commit...
Just one? l sensed he couldn't commit.
But we hadn't fully committed to her.
I suggest we commit fully, you know?
You can't commit to anything or anyone.
Because I regularly commit massive tax fraud.