Thesaurus / accommodating

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My agency has still been pretty accommodating, but you can almost feel this sense that they’re kind of over it.
It is by this obliging and accommodating conduct that they open their arms to all the world.
But she had remained at "Layton" day after day, accommodating herself to the inhabitants and to the routine of the house.
GREY TOWNGERALD BALDWIN
And then to use so adroitly his accommodating temporary female friend in decoying his lawful love into the trap.
THE ACTRESS IN HIGH LIFESUE PETIGRU BOWEN
Besides, there is her aunt and that accommodating dead man; when he shouts from under the ground, go and talk with him.
CHILDREN OF THE SOILHENRYK SIENKIEWICZ
As the owner has no further use for her, she will be disposed of on moderate terms and at an accommodating credit.
His accommodating gun made no more noise than the cracking of a whip.
THE SURPRISES OF LIFEGEORGES CLEMENCEAU
"I dare you to climb this ladder," responded an accommodating Frances.
There are some lodges to be had, capable of accommodating small families.
THE SUNNY SIDE OF IRELANDJOHN O'MAHONY AND R. LLOYD PRAEGER
The company brings its own theatre, an enormous mat-shed erection capable of accommodating an audience of a thousand people.
CHINASIR HENRY ARTHUR BLAKE

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