Incorrect spelling, explanation: commited is the wrong spelling, because the Latin word committere that the correct form committed originates from, has double t.
Correct spelling, explanation: the correct spelling of committed is the one with double t. It comes from a verb commit and is its past simple and past participle form. Despite one consonant t in the verb form, commited is the wrong spelling, because of Latin origin: committere (meaning to send or to give over).
Definition of committed:
adjective, having a strong commitment, being devoted
Example sentences with committed:
He is a committed republican.
Jane is no longer so strongly committed to her job.
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Good help. I will be facing a few of these definitions in school.
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