Definitions

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  • noun Common misspelling of accommodator.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • McCain may not have realized Washington is seen by many in the audience as an accomodator to prejudice in those “many quarters”

    McCain bashes workers, public education at NAACP meet

  • And I was the accomodator through out the entire length of our relationship and you know what, I'll meet the next fellow, when and if there is one, half way.

    madrigle Diary Entry

  • Obama relishes getting OWS and Independent votes if Romney gets the nomination. he's no conservative and if the point is economic recovery, Romney is more like an "accomodator of liberalism " as Gingrich puts it,,, a redistribute the wealth guy.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The sold property is in California and the accomodator fees could reach over $10,000.

    BiggerPockets Forums

  • Troy McMinn, 48, is a real estate developer and vacation accomodator seeking re-election.

    The Facts: News

  • Troy McMinn, 48, is a real estate developer and vacation accomodator seeking re-election.

    The Facts: News

  • Troy McMinn, 48, is a real estate developer and vacation accomodator seeking re-election.

    The Facts: News

  • Troy McMinn, 48, is a real estate developer and vacation accomodator seeking re-election.

    The Facts: News

  • Now as to tone: this may surprise you, but by nature, I’m an accomodator.

    Firedoglake » It’s Bill Clinton’s Fault

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