accommodate

Part of speech: verb

To do a favor to; oblige; help.

Part of speech: verb

To provide for; lodge.

Part of speech: verb

To adapt; conform; compromise.

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Usage examples "accommodate":

  1. The idea was so huge, so bewildering, that my mind scarcely could accommodate it. - "The Promised Land", Mary Antin.
  2. This would accommodate him perfectly. - "Shirley", Charlotte Brontë.
  3. At last I got up and said I must be off, and I thanked him most kindly for the obliging reception of me, and for his goodness in supplying the brig with water, and I gave him Captain Blow's compliments, and desired to know if we could accommodate him in any way in return. - "The Honour of the Flag", W. Clark Russell.