Simple Definition of commode
: a low piece of furniture with drawers or sometimes a door and shelves
: a chair with a hole in the seat and a pot underneath that is used as a toilet
Examples of commode in a sentence
There are towels in the cabinet above the commode.
Origin and Etymology of commode
French, from commode, adjective, suitable, convenient, from Latin commodus, from com- + modus measure — more at mete
First Known Use: circa 1688
Rhymes with commode
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