from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. That may be accommodated, fitted, or made to agree.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being accommodated, or made suitable; adaptable.
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We also Find in Groton a sufficient Quantity of Land accommodable for settlement, and a considerable Number of Inhabitants thereon, that in Some Short Time when they are well Agreed may be Erected into a Distinct Parish;
Plutarkes opinions are Platonicall, gentle and accommodable unto civil societie: Senecæs Stoicall and Epicurian, further from common use, but in my conceit14 more proper, particular, and more solid.
A faithful remembrance of it; that is, of its rules accommodable to particular occasions as they occur.
Plutarkes opinions are Platonicall, gentle and accommodable unto civill societie: Senecaes Stoicall and
I've always thought the opposite, that we are making evolution stagnant by making our surroundings and our situations as convenient and accommodable as possible.