Examples of commissary in a Sentence
will serve as commissary of religious education for the whole diocese
Recent Examples of commissary from the Web
This is Italy, so even the museum commissary produces delectable masterpieces.
The existing major league clubhouse will be renovated to include facilities for psychological services, sports science, maintenance, grounds, a new right-field gate, ticket office and vendor commissary.
Raymer previously owned a catering company that operated out of a commissary kitchen.
Over the years since that onstage ceremony, the two men have bumped into one another in a barbershop in Germany and commissaries here.
Promising them protection, MS-13 members took a share of their commissary: from chips and candy to T-shirts and boxer shorts.
Employees used Razor scooters to navigate the blocklong corridors lined with work spaces, commissaries with free drinks and granola, and massage and game rooms.
According to PennLive, Mill will have the choice to watch the Super Bowl from his cell on a television purchased from the commissary or a community TV for the entire block.
Members attended regular meetings to plan criminal activity and paid dues to finance bailing members out of jail, pay for defense attorneys and fund commissary accounts of incarcerated members, according to the indictment.
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Origin and Etymology of commissary
First Known Use: 1555See Words from the same year
COMMISSARY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of commissary for English Language Learners
: a store that sells food and basic household supplies on a military base or in a prison
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