Accommodating in a sentence

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Definition of Accommodating

  • Affording, or disposed to afford, accommodation; obliging; as an accommodating man, spirit, arrangement.
  • helpful in bringing about a harmonious adaptation

How to use accommodating in a sentence. Accommodating pronunciation.

Accommodating themselves with a patient courage to the necessities before them, they cheerfully undertook and accomplished their tasks.
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A small table, capable of accommodating three persons at dinner, stood against the forward bulkhead, and over it hung the dingiest whale oil lantern that ever peopled the obscurity of a dungeon with ghostly shapes.
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I am not easily dispirited when I have the means of pursuing my own fancies and occupations; and I believe I have some natural aptitude for accommodating myself to circumstances.
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Early initiated in the gaieties (393) of fashionable life, he contracted a habit of voluptuousness which rendered him an accommodating companion to the dissipated and the luxurious.
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The eye experienced a difficulty in accommodating itself to sudden changes, and a species of color discord was the consequence.
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The president of the bank, although the committee of investigation was then looking into its affairs at Philadelphia, came immediately to Washington, and upon representing that the bank was desirous of accommodating the importing merchants at New York (which it failed to do) and undertaking to pay the interest itself, procured the consent of the Secretary, after consultation with the President, to postpone the payment until the succeeding 1st of October.
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I took several specimens of an Octopus which possessed a most marvellous power of changing its colours, equalling any chameleon, and evidently accommodating the changes to the colour of the ground which it passed over.
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He even goes so far as to say that he has heard-as a sort of legend-of the existence of a very large Carmelite monastery, accommodating over two hundred brothers, which stood somewhere adjoining the Thames within the area now covered by Limehouse Causeway and Pennyfields.
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He then conducted her to the cushion placed near to his own, while his courtiers anxiously showed their politeness in accommodating those of the Begum with places upon the carpets around, where they all sat down cross-legged-Richard Middlemas occupying a conspicuous situation. The people of inferior note stood behind, and amongst them was the Sirdar of Hyder Ali, with Hartley and the Madras Vakeel.
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But you would need an accommodating fool to make your fires, and an industrious philosopher to keep them burning.
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But, being of an accommodating disposition, he at once tried another direction.
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In the same gallery also are three sofas or settees upholstered with crimson velvet, and one of these has an accommodating rack, by which either end can be lowered at will, to make a more convenient lounge.
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Beyond was the "town," a collection of huts accommodating about eight hundred Indians and Siberian convicts, the workingmen of the company.
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She can only do so by abandoning the arrangement in two consecutive rows and accommodating her laying to the varied exigencies of the home.
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A client of Mr. Fairscribe's, a moneyed man, thought of buying Glentanner, merely as an investment of money-it was even unlikely he would ever see it; and so the price of the whole being some thousand pounds beyond what cash he had on hand, this accommodating Dives would gladly take a partner in the sale for any detached farm, and would make no objection to its including the most desirable part of the estate in point of beauty, provided the price was made adequate.
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Barlow thought the branding iron was surely going to be used upon the seat of his pants, but the accommodating Vickeroy had the frying pan used instead.
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Then she had to discover some way of accommodating her two larger patients so that neither should hurt nor alarm the other.
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He then conducted her to the cushion placed near to his own, while his courtiers anxiously showed their politeness in accommodating those of the Begum with places upon the carpets around, where they all sat down cross-legged-Richard Middlemas occupying a conspicuous situation.
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That's all right," squeak all the little Wire loops, "we're that accommodating, we're sure to elongate a bit and so relieve your tension.
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Orion was a gentle, accommodating soul, but he lacked force and independence.
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Examples of Accommodating

Example #1
We have more than one lively picture among the early chroniclers of the distress and hardship which they were compelled to encounter at the first.
Example #2
But the refugees, though a gentle race, were men of soul and strength, capable of great sacrifices, and protracted self-denial.
Example #3
The floor room unoccupied was not extensive.
Example #4
One might swing a cat in it, perhaps, but not a long cat.
Example #5
Novelty, pleasant to most people, is particularly delightful, I think, to me.
Example #6
It requires a little time and use to overcome the feeling of depression consequent, at first, on so much ruin and neglect.