Definition of commode
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Orthography ID = 1003121
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LEM
commodē
adverb
  1. duly, properly, completely, rightly, well, skilfully, neatly
  2. conveniently, suitably, opportunely, fitly, aptly, appropriately
  3. in a friendly manner, pleasantly, kindly
Abbreviations
commodē adv. with comp. and sup. commodus, duly, properly, completely, rightly, well, skilfully, neatly: saltare, N.: multa dicta: cogitare, T.: non minus commode, just as well, Cs.: commodius fecissent, si, etc.

— Conveniently, suitably, opportunely, fitly, aptly, appropriately: magis commode quam strenue navigavi: quo commodissime valles transiri possit, Cs.: Hoc ego commodius quam tu vivo, H.: finge aliquid, consistently.

—In a friendly manner, pleasantly, kindly: loqui. T.
 
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