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His family lived in commodious apartments over the store, having an entrance on the side within the porte cochere.
The fixed stipend was small, but the fabric, raised and adorned as funds allowed, was commodious and beautiful.
Adjoining the church there is the priests' house—a rather labrynthal, commodious place with plain, ancient furniture.
Their tents were just as commodious and as good as our own, but they put more men into each than we were in the habit of doing.
We have never seen a better arranged nor a more commodious place of its kind than this.
A Stylite might have contented himself there; Gilliatt, more luxurious in his requirements, wanted something more commodious.
It was old-fashioned and commodious, and stood in a large square garden that was encircled by a thick belt of towering shrubs.
Did you ever see a ship that had more commodious, miscellaneous, and sufficient civilisation in her than this?
THE BELTED SEASARTHUR COLTON
They gathered up stones and built a commodious fireplace, daubing it all over with clay, until it was wind and water tight.
A plain but commodious building was erected on the new site and the school was moved to its new home.

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pulchritudinousadjective | [puhl-kri-tood-n-uhs, -tyood- ]SEE DEFINITION