Definition for AC-COM'MO-DATE

AC-COM'MO-DATE, v.t. [L. accommodo, to apply or suit, from ad and commodo, to profit or help; of con, with, and modus, measure, proportion, limit, or manner. See Mode.]

  1. To fit, adapt, or make suitable; as, to accommodate ourselves to circumstances; to accommodate the choice of subjects to the occasions. – Paley.
  2. To supply with or furnish; – followed by with; as, to accommodate a man with apartments.
  3. To supply with conveniences, as to accommodate a friend.
  4. To reconcile things which are at variance; to adjust; as, to accommodate differences.
  5. To show fitness or agreement; to apply; as, to accommodate prophecy to events.
  6. To lend – a commercial sense. In an intransitive sense, to agree, to be conformable to, as used by Boyle. [Obs.]

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