They weren't sure if they could provide food and accommodations for the whole group.
The accommodations on board the boat are a bit cramped.
He hoped to reach an accommodation with the new owners.
Negotiators were convinced that accommodation with the union was possible.
He changed his schedule as an accommodation to his clients.
Changes were made for the accommodation of differing viewpoints. See More
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borrowed from Middle French & Latin; Middle French, borrowed from Latin accommodātiōn-, accommodātiō "act of fitting or adapting, willingness to oblige," from accommodāre "to accommodate" + -tiōn-, -tiō, suffix of action nouns