Surely he never intended to commandeer the courthouses of Kabul where we would square off against the Taliban—lawyer to lawyer.
In the mood to commandeer a Boeing 727 and demand half a million dollars in ransom?
They now commandeer well-organized battalions of volunteers who could turn out voters for Obama.
They went to his place, and started in to commandeer all his stuff.
Before she had finished she had had to commandeer the whole of the bed, and was weary and confused.
All were closed, but we persuaded some to open, and the good German Jew merchants let us commandeer within reason.
He knew, too, that to commandeer a destroyer for a private errand was inadmissable.
Badly as boats were needed, Dave had to commandeer two of the smallest.
Why shouldn't he commandeer the machine and make his escape that way?
I am most confident of that, since I am about to commandeer the Poet.