|one who is committed; one who is indebted||obligant|
|(born 1944) leader in the American Indian Movement, indigenous rights activist who is presently serving a prison sentence for a crime he allegedly committed (he is considered a political prisoner by Amnesty International)||Leonard Peltier|
|(in India and Burma) robbery or other violent crime committed by a gang of organized criminals, dakoity, robbery by dacoits||dacoity|
|(Slang) committed and faithful member of a street gang||gangbanger|
|able to be guaranteed; able to be authorized; confirmable; insane, legally able to be committed to an insane asylum, requiring psychiatric treatment, worthy of certification||certifiable|
|abstaining, bachelor; one who is chaste, on who abstains from sexual intercourse, committed to being chaste; abstaining from sexual intercourse, somebody unmarried, somebody who abstains from sex||celibate|
|accurately, adjust accurately, fit exactly, adjust position of something, alignment, certainly, committed, conforming to a standard or measure, conforming to inclusion criteria, correct adjustment or position; truth, verity, correct; real, genuine; loy...||true|
|act of devoting, committed love, dedication, enthusiasm, faithfulness, prayers, religious fervor||devotion|
|act of violence committed out of frustration about traffic or driving conditions||road rage|
|Adolf Eichmann (1906-62), German Nazi politician who was executed for war crimes committed during World War II||Eichmann|
|adulterous, faithless, disloyal, traitorous; dishonest; inaccurate; having committed adultery, not like original, untrue to commitments, with no religious faith||unfaithful|
|awareness of wrongdoing, fact of wrongdoing, legal culpability, responsibility for wrongdoing, state of having committed a crime or offense; culpability; feeling of having done a wrong||guilt|
|be financially in debt, be indebted for something, be indebted to; be under obligation to pay or repay; feel that a certain thing is deserved; have an emotion or attitude toward someone or something, be obligated to pay somebody money, bear grudge towa...||owe|
|be helpful, cause somebody to feel indebted, do favor for somebody, force somebody to do something, obligate, compel; do something as a favor, accommodate, require somebody to do something||oblige|
|being official member of organization, committed to cause||card-carrying|
|born of parents who committed incest, guilty of incest, of or pertaining to incest, of or pertaining to sexual intercourse between closely related individuals; practicing incest, relating to or involving incest, unhealthily exclusive of others||incestuous|
|bound, fastened; annexed, committed emotionally to somebody, devoted, employed, enclosed, touching another structure||attached|
|committed nucleus of a group, foundation for roads or paving, type of fast rock music||hard core|
|committed to or placed in an institution; transformed into or viewed as an institution (i.e. custom, law, pattern of behavior), dependent on the routine of institution, established as normal||institutionalized|
|committed to something, married, married; of married life; of a married couple; tight, involved together; devoted (to an idea), of marriage||wedded|
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