- engaged in transporting passengers or goods for profit.
- civilian and public, as distinguished from military or private.
- a low-quality grade of beef between standard and utility.
- a cut of beef of this grade.
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Commercially, stocks, advertising, publishing, the early radio industry—all that stuff was still downtown.
It was, however, a colossal flop—critically and commercially—with Lynch later regretting sacrificing final cut.
Or, as Behr puts it, “No else is as commercially unrealistic as us.”
He may have been the least commercially successful singer in the lineup.I Was Way Too Old for Z100’s Jingle Ball Concert. But I Couldn’t Have Had More Fun.|Kevin Fallon|December 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A good example is their commentary on the lack of a commercially available male contraception pill.
Commercially this was of first-rate importance, while politically it counterbalanced the alliance of the Bourbon courts.The Political History of England - Vol. X.|William Hunt
But to return to the Queen City of Ireland,—its greatest place socially and commercially speaking.The Cathedral Towns and Intervening Places of England, Ireland and Scotland:|Thomas W. Silloway
The unmanufactured tobacco pays a comparatively small duty, and the cigars made from it are commercially known as "Key West."Commercial Geography|Jacques W. Redway
As a lumber tree, the walnut of Europe has long been commercially important.Trees Worth Knowing|Julia Ellen Rogers
Soon after the sewing machine was commercially successful, special attachments for it were invented and manufactured.The Invention of the Sewing Machine|Grace Rogers Cooper