Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of accommodator.

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Examples

  • Both monarchy and slavery had countless accomplices, accommodators, and apologists for a very long time.

    Jim Sleeper: Markets, New Media, the Occupiers, and the Next Step

  • Both monarchy and slavery had countless accomplices, accommodators, and apologists for a very long time.

    Jim Sleeper: Markets, New Media, the Occupiers, and the Next Step

  • No one should be surprised if the enthusiasts prevail over the accommodators.

    James Block: Play It Again, Barack

  • Competitors are often easy targets for demonization, especially by avoiders or accommodators who are not very assertive themselves.

    BARGAINING WITH THE DEVIL

  • Competitors are often easy targets for demonization, especially by avoiders or accommodators who are not very assertive themselves.

    BARGAINING WITH THE DEVIL

  • Subtle and always fearful of public exposure, this group was described by Laurens as “prompters and actors, accommodators, Candle snuffers, Shifters of scenes, and mutes.”

    Robert Morris

  • Competitors are often easy targets for demonization, especially by avoiders or accommodators who are not very assertive themselves.

    BARGAINING WITH THE DEVIL

  • Subtle and always fearful of public exposure, this group was described by Laurens as “prompters and actors, accommodators, Candle snuffers, Shifters of scenes, and mutes.”

    Robert Morris

  • Competitors are often easy targets for demonization, especially by avoiders or accommodators who are not very assertive themselves.

    BARGAINING WITH THE DEVIL

  • His bills were already rather down in the market, and he had already exhausted most of the friends whose security was esteemed by accommodators any better than his own.

    What Will He Do with It? — Complete

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