Accommodate in a sentence

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Definition of Accommodate

  • To render fit, suitable, or correspondent; to adapt; to conform; as, to accommodate ourselves to circumstances.
  • To bring into agreement or harmony; to reconcile; to compose; to adjust; to settle; as, to accommodate differences, a dispute, etc.
  • To furnish with something desired, needed, or convenient; to favor; to oblige; as, to accommodate a friend with a loan or with lodgings.
  • To show the correspondence of; to apply or make suit by analogy; to adapt or fit, as teachings to accidental circumstances, statements to facts, etc.; as, to accommodate prophecy to events.
  • To adapt one's self; to be conformable or adapted.
  • Suitable; fit; adapted; as, means accommodate to end.
  • make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose
  • make (one thing) compatible with (another)
  • provide a service or favor for someone
  • provide with something desired or needed
  • provide housing for
  • be agreeable or acceptable to
  • have room for; hold without crowding

How to use accommodate in a sentence. Accommodate pronunciation.

When they adjourned it was estimated that every citizen owned about three franchises, and it was believed that unless Congress gave the Territory another degree of longitude there would not be room enough to accommodate the toll-roads.
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A clergyman says, "I was very anxious for the building of a mission chapel to accommodate a flourishing mission-school that had been organized under my pastorate.
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I approve the Revolution, liberty, equality, the press, railways, and the telegraph; and as I often say to Monsieur le Cure, every cause that would live must accommodate itself cheerfully to the progress of its epoch, and study how to serve itself by it.
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But there are persons, in that case, who can accommodate their consciences to very strange things.
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In spite of the critical condition of the engagement, it was extremely ludicrous; but the reopening of the fire at this moment presented an opportunity to accommodate the sergeant to his heart's content.
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The Philippine Isles offered to accommodate them with spices, but could assist them in no other way.
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He wrote to the same effect to Zinzendorf, and the Count, though doubtless annoyed, replied simply: "Your Highness' resolution to accommodate yourself to your superiors would be known by us all for right.
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But we may view it in another light, namely, that we may so accommodate ourselves to the dispositions of Providence as to be happy in our lot, whatever may be its privations.
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Now, of all the benefits that virtue confers upon us, the contempt of death is one of the greatest, as the means that accommodates human life with a soft and easy tranquillity, and gives us a pure and pleasant taste of living, without which all other pleasure would be extinct.
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But all this was not such a hardship to the people of Green Highlands as might be supposed, and many of them would not have changed their cottage on the hill for one in the village on the plain; for the air of Green Highlands was good, the children "fierce," which in those parts means healthy and strong, and everyone possessed a piece of garden big enough to grow vegetables and accommodate a family pig.
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The pens were to accommodate thirty pigs, and were built so they could be extended from time to time, as they might decide.
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They had also decided to build the new machinery house to take care of the implements with a good-size tool shed adjoining-also a garage large enough to accommodate an automobile and two motor trucks and an oil house at one end.
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Taking her by the hand, Gerhardt would issue forth, satisfied to drag first one foot and then the other in order to accommodate his gait to her toddling steps.
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Randall declared, that 'though he had declined fighting, he would _accommodate Joshua_'; a kind and benevolent reply, which does equal honour to his head and heart.
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To the man deeply imbued with the spirit of his religion there is an almost unconscious desire to accommodate and adapt all the business and the amusements of life, the labors and the employments of his every-day existence, to the indwelling faith of his soul.
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The huge palaces of Genoa are each supposed to be occupied by one family, but they could accommodate a hundred, I should think.
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Our last sight was the cemetery (a burial place intended to accommodate 60,000 bodies,) and we shall continue to remember it after we shall have forgotten the palaces.
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Only when men and women learn that their lives are not infinitesimal but infinite-that each of them possesses within himself or herself an eternal, active, conscious individual Force,- a Being-a Form-which in its radio-active energy draws to itself and accommodates to its use, everything that is necessary for the accomplishment of its endeavours, whether such endeavours be to continue its life on this planet or to remove to other spheres; only then will it be clearly understood that all Nature is the subject and servant of this Radiant Energy-that Itself is the god-like 'image' or emanation of God, and that as such it has its eternal part to perform in the eternal movement towards the Eternal Highest. I now leave the following pages to the reader's attentive or indifferent consideration.
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For, as the festival system of the Priestly Code absolutely refuses to accommodate itself to the manner of the older worship as we are made acquainted with it in Hos.
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The history of the son is treated after the same plan and by the same means as that of the father, only the subject accommodates itself more readily to the purpose of the change.
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Examples of Accommodate

Example #1
The ends of them were hanging over the boundary line everywhere like a fringe.
Example #2
The legislature sat sixty days, and passed private tollroad franchises all the time.
Example #3
Knowing that a certain physician of the city was possessed of abundant means and had a praying Christian mother, though he had long since given up going to church, I resolved to call upon him.
Example #4
No one can question they are authentic to the highest degree; they should silence the skeptic, and convince the worldly of the presence of the mysterious power and wonderful Spirit of God, which tempers the hearts and lives of men and controls them as He wills.
Example #5
Every cause that is in antagonism with its age commits suicide.
Example #6
This age has already seen great things, great marvels, in fact; for I beg you to remember I am by no means an enemy to my time.