Accommoda'tion. n.s. [from accommodate.]
- Provision of conveniences.
- In the plural, conveniences, things requisite to ease or refreshment.
The king's commissioners were to have such accommodations, as the other thought fit to leave to them; who had been very civil to the king's commissioners. Clarendon, b. viii.
- Adaptation, fitness; with the participle to.
The organization of the body, with accommodation to its functions, is fitted with the most curious mechanism. Hale's Origin.
- Composition of a difference, reconciliation, adjustment.