[ US /ˈkɑməˌsɛɹi/ ]
[ UK /kəmˈɪsəɹi/ ]
  1. a snack bar in a film studio
  2. a retail store that sells equipment and provisions (usually to military personnel)
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How To Use commissary In A Sentence

  • By contrast, the commissary officer has been responsible for the provision of rations alone.
  • He never told the commissary to make tapioca pudding no matter how often I asked.
  • These problems, professor Su does not say, so does commissary Hu.
  • Take advantage of such military benefits as the commissary, Post Exchange, thrift shop, tuition assistance, health care, recreation centers and movie theaters.
  • The following letter has been received by the Bishop's Commissary
  • Don Emanuel is in high favor with the duke, and is now commissary-general with the army; and the senhora is the _belle_ of the Charles O'Malley — Volume 2
  • Meiklewham; “and albeit ye were nae great gun at the bar, ye might aye have gotten a Sheriffdom, or a Commissaryship, amang the lave, to keep the banes green; and sae ye might have saved your estate from deteriorating, if ye didna mend it muckle.” Saint Ronan's Well
  • Security forces evacuated the Base Exchange and the commissary after responding to a 10 a.m. The Shad Plank
  • The day the cast filmed their last episode, I saw them in the commissary.
  • Although it was six miles from Keflavik, the site had its own base exchange, commissary, gym, theater and club.
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