There are competing visions, one that reaches an accommodation with the modern world and the other that rejects it.
accommodation marketplaces like Onefinestay, Airbnb, and Trampolinn have boomed in popularity.
If this is not feasible for your client, my client has agreed, as an accommodation, to enter into such an agreement.
The playwright has long made his accommodation with the regime, but then turns against it.
In other words, neither offered any concrete basis for accommodation.
A great part of the way, the wretchedness of our accommodation exceeds all description.
There is accommodation, he told us, for three hundred monks; but only three are left in it.
A long, low-pitched room, of antique construction, was indeed all the accommodation afforded by the caf.
We had no nurses, partly because there was no accommodation for them.
I don't keep no tavern, and han't got no accommodation; and what's more, I reckon I'm no Tennessee man.
"room and provisions, lodging," c.1600, now usually plural (accommodations) and chiefly U.S.; from French accommodation, from Latin accommodationem (nominative accommodatio), noun of action from past participle stem of accommodare (see accommodate). Meaning "appliance, anything which affords aid" is from 1610s; that of "act of accommodating" is from 1640s.
accommodation ac·com·mo·da·tion (ə-kŏm'ə-dā'shən)
The act or state of adjustment or adaptation.
The automatic adjustment in the focal length of the lens of the eye to permit retinal focus of images of objects at varying distances.