commissive definition

  • adjective:
    • By fee; caused by a positive act.
    • Making dedication, particularly a promise or danger, by illocutionary means.
    • associated with payment; associated with nature of, or involving, payment.
    • By payment; caused by a positive work.
    • Making a consignment, such as for example a promise or risk, by illocutionary means.
    • regarding payment; of the nature of, or concerning, fee.
  • noun:
    • A speech work where a consignment is created, including a promise or menace.
    • A speech work by which a commitment is manufactured, particularly a promise or risk.
  • others:
    • Committing.
    • Committing.

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