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To commiss is to use one's authority or position to order an inferior or subordinate to carry out a task, usually through intimidation or by scaring them.

Usually carries the ending "-ing", as in "commissing".
The new executive established himself by commissing the office slave to go and finish a report.

The drill sergeant commissed the new recruits into submission.
by Colonel Marbi Chora November 24, 2009
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