Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OF. communier, fr. L. communicare, to communicate, fr. communis, common. See Common, and cf. Communicate
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
O. Fr. comuner, to share—comun, common.
To commune with nature intelligently is to commune with God.
"Aims and Aids for Girls and Young Women" by George Sumner Weaver
The smallest governmental unit is the commune, and the number of (p. 628) communes in the kingdom is approximately 8,000.
"The Governments of Europe" by Frederic Austin Ogg
Was it not my duty to see no favouritism shown to one commune at the expense of another?
"France and the Republic" by William Henry Hurlbert
She spoke little, it is true, and appeared to commune with her own thoughts.
"The Phantom Ship" by Frederick Marryat
On the 29th of August, by the order of the Commune, the gates were closed.
"Which?" by Ernest Daudet
The commune, which forms the basis of the State fabric, enjoys thus a complete autonomy.
"Bulgaria" by Frank Fox
The commune clothed and educated me till I was able to gain my own livelihood.
"Olla Podrida" by Frederick Marryat (AKA Captain Marryat)
We acquire the nature of those with whom we most constantly commune.
"My Daily Meditation for the Circling Year" by John Henry Jowett
Or else, to take a better known example, when the Commune of 1871 decided to pay members of the Commune Council 12s.
"The Conquest of Bread" by Peter Kropotkin
On reaching home, he received notice that he was posted a member of the Council General of the Commune.
"The Gods are Athirst" by Anatole France
I shall take an hour and come
Sailing, darling, to thy side.
Wind nor sea may keep me from
Soft communings with my bride.
"Communion" by Paul Laurence Dunbar
One blind hound only lies apart
On the sun-smitten grass;
He holds deep commune with his heart:
The moments pass and pass:
"The Ballad Of The Foxhunter" by William Butler Yeats
"And so I loved not earthly joys,
The merry dance and play,
But sought to commune with the stars,
And learn the wind's wild lay.
"The Vesper Chime" by Mary Gardiner Horsford
I have a compact to commune
A monthly midnight with the Moon;
Into its face I stare and stare,
And find sweet understanding there.
"Moon-Lover" by Robert W Service
Far, far away is mirth withdrawn
'Tis three long hours before the morn
And I watch lonely, drearily
So come thou shade commune with me
"Far, Far Away Is Mirth Withdrawn" by Emily Jane Bronte
Yet less of sorrow lives in me
For days of happy commune dead;
Less yearning for the friendship fled,
Than some strong bond which is to be.
"In Memoriam A. H. H. 116" by Alfred Lord Tennyson
Only people on communes grow their own food.
Jackie Sheeler's New Lebanon commune story.
When Stephanie Pippin began volunteering at a local bird sanctuary, she harbored grand ambitions of communing with the majestic avians at the top of the food chain.
How A Failed Commune Led To Thanksgiving.
" It covers "Science with the Spirits," and "Communing with the Dead," and uses a lot of clips from the film.
Paris based Chartier-Dalix Architects was recently announced as the winner for a competition to design a primary school and sport hall in Boulogne Billancourt, a commune in the western suburbs of Paris.
This Sukkot, the residents of the city of Kfar Saba are not only communing with nature by sitting in the biblically-assigned booths present throughout the rest of Israel, but by doing so in a green-friendly way.
He lives at the slabs part-time, looking after the artist commune known as East Jesus.
Detail of "Friends With Benefits (Communing With Andy)" by Jeremy Kost.
Peace, Love, and Social Security: Baby Boomers Retire to the Commune .
Back to the Commune .
Steve Martin communed with his nose in Roxanne, Michael Caine lectured his severed fingers in The Hand, and in the upcoming Me and Him Griffin Dunne chats up his penis.
High Line, New York City's abandoned elevated rail line that's now a park, lets visitors commune with nature in the city.
The Priors, 10 in number, were drawn from the merchant class and they governed the Commune of Perugia in the time of her greatness, the 13th and 14th centuries, when she was a free republic.
This week's fiction round-up features strangers navigating strange lands: Characters journey from China to Australia, Korea to Michigan (and back again), and from a hippie commune to New York.
The searchers of GW’s and of BH’s have entered into a cul-de-sac, owing to their reluctance to abandon erroneous loci communes concerning the real physical meaning of GR. A conceptually inadequate “Vulgate”, based on second-hand works, has got the upper hand.
No motions of bodies produce GW's
The shaman counters by claiming that the so-called “predictions” made by physics are in fact trivialities, and that he can obtain better forecasts by communing with the spirit world.
Compression Rate Method for Empirical Science and Application to Computer Vision
Nous d´eﬁnissons des techniques it´eratives pour la r´esolution de probl`emes inverses r´eversibles et en fournissons une formulation commune.
Iterative reconstruction methods for wave equations