Examples of commissary in a Sentence
will serve as commissary of religious education for the whole diocese
Recent Examples of commissary from the Web
The Suboxone, which fluctuates in price, is sold in the jail and money is put toward an inmates’ commissary or phone accounts, Jerousek said.
The home’s original owner, Elijah Lewis, was a Revolutionary War quartermaster under Jeremiah Wadsworth, the wealthy commissary general for the Continental Army.
That's his second place, a commissary in Madisonville where all their meats and sauces and soups are made and can be purchased for home.
He's also received hundreds of dollars for his commissary account.
Cruz has also received around $800 worth of donations to his commissary account.
Mass murderer Nikolas Cruz is getting stacks of fan mail and love letters sent to the Broward County jail, along with hundreds of dollars in contributions to his commissary account.
The new location means five or ten more jobs in the commissary.
Haenyo founders Collin Morstein and Irvin Seo plan to use sales generated through Uber Eats to cover rent at Share Kitchen, a commissary in Locust Point.
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Origin and Etymology of commissary
First Known Use: 1555See Words from the same year
COMMISSARY Defined 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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