- food and lodging.
- a seat, berth, or other facilities for a passenger on a train, plane, etc.
- accommodation address,
- accommodation bill,
- accommodation collar,
- accommodation ladder,
- accommodation line
Origin of accommodation
Examples from the Web for accommodation
There could be no accommodation of that guy—in terms of human behavior and the rules of Italian-American organized crime.David Chase on Tony Soprano’s Fate, the State of TV, and Why He Couldn’t Finish ‘True Detective’|Marlow Stern|September 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Accommodation marketplaces like Onefinestay, Airbnb, and Trampolinn have boomed in popularity.How to Get Cheaper Tickets, Live Like a Local, and Other Great Travel Hacks|Brandon Presser|June 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
When they moved back to London, the only accommodation they could afford was a freezing, leaky barge on the Thames.Penelope Fitzgerald Was as Brilliant and Mysterious as Her Own Fiction|Edward Platt|April 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Accommodation is provided on-site, in a log cabin that's either charmingly or alarmingly rustic, depending on your tastes.Get Cultured on Your Weekend Getaway: Best Trips for Art Lovers|Condé Nast Traveler|January 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A “culture of accommodation and compromise” was swiftly annihilated by “the determination of a small, united band of soldiers.”
Mr. Murdock followed him through a large rear room, which is intended for the accommodation of the officers.Fame and Fortune|Horatio Alger, Jr.
The herdsmen were hospitably inclined, but the accommodation they had to offer was of the roughest.Italian Alps|Douglas William Freshfield
The best wigwam in the village was assigned for her accommodation.Sketches of Aboriginal Life|V. V. Vide
The many additions that have since been made have been almost wholly for the accommodation of steamships.
The Pasha himself took up his quarters in a large house of the Sultan of Sennaar, which had been prepared for his accommodation.A Narrative of the Expedition to Dongola and Sennaar|George Bethune English
"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.