- easy to deal with; eager to help or please; obliging.
Origin of accommodating
Related Words for unaccommodatingforced, afraid, evasive, unenthusiastic, resistant, loath, averse, reluctant, compelled, troublesome, tough, grim, demanding, intractable, against, backward, contrary, disinclined, hesitating, indisposed
Examples from the Web for unaccommodating
Historical Examples of 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
Henry David Thoreau
That unaccommodating tongue only moves with a soul behind it.Christmas Evans
- willing to help; kind; obliging
"obliging," 1771, present participle adjective from accommodate.