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2. Having the same measure.
From Latin com- (with) + past participle of mensurare (to measure). Earliest documented use: 1641.
“The question is whether Democrats are able to advance a bill that ... is remotely commensurate with the problem at hand.”
The Switch; The Economist (London, UK); Feb 20, 2021.
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A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Older men declare war. But it is youth that must fight and die. -Herbert Hoover, 31st US president (10 Aug 1874-1964)