Accommodate in a Sentence

Definition of Accommodate

to fulfill a request or meet the needs of

Use Accommodate in a sentence

When I told my manager I was going to school at night, he told me he would try and accommodate my preference to work on the day shift.

Frank and Joan hoped the hotel could accommodate their request for a one-bedroom suite on their anniversary.

To accommodate customers with late work schedules, the store is extending its hours until ten in the evening Monday through Friday.

Our cabin on the cruise ship can accommodate up to four guests.

When the new prison is built, it will accommodate eight hundred inmates.

Do you think the roaster is big enough to accommodate this gigantic turkey?

The hotel’s business elite rooms come equipped with a printer and computer and are designed to accommodate professional travellers.

After John became partially paralyzed, he hired a contractor to modify his bathroom so it would accommodate his physical needs.

We moved to a bigger house when our starter home became too small too accommodate our growing family.

Since the local jeweler cannot accommodate my request for emerald earrings, I will contact a jeweler in a nearby town.

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