"I hae seldom seen't," replied the ungracious and unaccommodating old man; and he hammered on.
But of all animals in the world a rhinoceros is, perhaps, the most unaccommodating.
He smoked, read his paper, and investigated in an unaccommodating spirit all that St. Moritz provided; but he didn't have to talk.
I will not deny, but I have no unaccommodating prejudiced habits.
Their compartments are unaccommodating; these are fitted for the birds only, those only for fish.
This was not because he was unaccommodating, but a proof of superior manners.
Doctor Rouget, who passed for a very disagreeable, unaccommodating man, was selfish and spiteful.
That unaccommodating tongue only moves with a soul behind it.
On the other hand if he was obstinate and unaccommodating he obtained nothing.
I thought him unaccommodating at the time, but I see now that he was merely wise.