- easy to deal with; eager to help or please; obliging.
Origin of accommodating
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Examples from the Web for unaccommodating
I will not deny, but I have no unaccommodating prejudiced habits.Little Dorrit
They are noisy, vicious, unaccommodating and aggravating to a degree.
But of all animals in the world a rhinoceros is, perhaps, the most unaccommodating.The Bush Boys
Captain Mayne Reid
This was not because he was unaccommodating, but a proof of superior manners.The Maine Woods</p>
Henry David Thoreau
That unaccommodating tongue only moves with a soul behind it.Christmas Evans
- willing to help; kind; obliging
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Word Origin and History for unaccommodating
"obliging," 1771, present participle adjective from accommodate.
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