unaccommodated

[ uhn-uh-kom-uh-dey-tid ]

adjective
  1. not accommodated; not adapted.

  2. not having accommodations.

  1. not furnished with something wanted or needed; not given satisfaction: customers left unaccommodated at the counter.

Origin of unaccommodated

1
1595–1605; un-1 + accommodate + -ed2

Words Nearby unaccommodated

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How to use unaccommodated in a sentence

  • The image P′ of a point P falls behind the retina in the unaccommodated eye.

    A Practical Physiology | Albert F. Blaisdell
  • "unaccommodated man" was, to begin with, in relations more hostile than friendly.

    Sex and Society | William I. Thomas
  • He will not be seated at all, if the meeting be crowded, and a single female appear unaccommodated.

  • There were some ladies and several gentlemen standing about yet unaccommodated with seats.

    Shirley | Charlotte Bront

British Dictionary definitions for unaccommodated

unaccommodated

/ (ˌʌnəˈkɒməˌdeɪtɪd) /


adjective
  1. not suitable or apt; not adapted

  2. unprovided for

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