adjective ac·com·mo·da·ble \əˈkämədəbəl also aˈ-\

Definition of accommodable

  1. :  capable of being accommodated or fitted anthropologists regard the Upper Paleolithic period as accommodable between 25,000 b.c. and 8000 b.c.

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Origin and Etymology of accommodable

French, from accommoder to accommodate (from Latin accommodare) + -able

First Known Use: 1592

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to cast off or become cast off

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