To render fit, suitable, or correspondent; to adapt; to conform; as, to accommodate ourselves to circumstances. (verb)
Suitable; fit; adapted; as, means accommodate to end. - John Tillotson (adjective)
Examples of word accommodate
When a party of the Shays rebels came to the house of General Pomeroy, in Northampton, and asked if he could accommodate them, -- the old soldier, seeing the green sprigs in their hats, the badges of their treason, shouted to his son, "Fetch me my hanger, and I'll _accommodate_ the scoundrels!"
The very province we were jointly trying to accommodate is isolated yet again.
Health Minister Alex Larsen said tents were being readied for 400,000 quake victims at mini-villages outside the capital that will initially hold 20,000 people, and in the long term accommodate around one million.
Health Minister Alex Larsen said that tents were being readied for 400,000 people at mini-villages that will initially hold 20,000, and in the long term accommodate about one million.