Definition of Commute:
travel to work
Sentence/Example of Commute:
McAllen didn't look in the least like a man who could afford nowadays to commute by air between the Mediterranean and California.
His voice was for the gallows,—but, in consideration of the criminal's rank, he would consent to commute the cord for the axe.
When a man wanted to commute then he paid a monthly fee to the railroad and they printed his name on this official list.
Did you commute back and forth from your sister's home in Irving?
I've got enough money to commute, when the time comes, and I'll feel a lot better if I go through with it now I've started.
Morning and evening trains take only forty minutes, and it won't hurt Jack to commute for the weekdays between the two Sundays!
The king, in his inexhaustible clemency, has deigned to commute his penalty to that of penal servitude for life.
A fresh step towards freedom was made by the growing tendency to commute labour-services for money-payments.
Bright specks that were commute ships, little eggs that carried businessmen and white-collar workers around.
All I can do is to commute his sentence, and condemn him to be sent as a slave to the West Indies.