commodious

[ kuh-moh-dee-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF commodious
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You must know that the Widow Dufeu was not a commodious person.

Evidently this had been a big, commodious and comfortable house in its day.

She is most commodious; the cabins are much larger than is usual in a vessel of this size.

This was large and commodious, divided by hangings into two or three compartments.

A commodious residence was there available, and in it he settled with his family.

Large and commodious buildings are soon to be erected thereon.

We knew that they were also plastered inside, so as to render them warm and commodious in winter.

Some of the richest and most commodious convents of Europe are in Italy.

The house of Lawyer Hutchings was commodious and comfortable.

The house is old fashioned and irregular, but lodgeable and commodious.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., "beneficial, convenient," from Medieval Latin commodiosus "convenient, useful," from Latin commodus (see commode). Meaning "roomy, spacious" first attested 1550s. Related: Commodiously; commodiousness.

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