commodiously

[ kuh-moh-dee-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF commodiously
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMODIOUSLY

The interior is not so commodiously arranged as it might be.

You seem to be commodiously situated here, and I understand have a very careful good woman to attend you.

The stairs from the first to the second row of chambers are regular and commodiously made out.

The porch offered the most comfortable place, screened in and commodiously furnished.

This being several times repeated, the filaments are afterwards collected and dried: they are commodiously spun with flax.

The city wholly mercantile, as standing near the famous Severn, commodiously for Ireland, and the Western world.

They said, that as their city was commodiously situated, they were afraid that the Romans would compel them to remove from it.

The latter are as well, as commodiously and even showily, lodged as the former can be, and the properties are as good.'

To the land it was so commodiously seated on a mountain, as there was no access to it but by a path three or four feet broad.

I have already described their admirable cars, with which one horse can so commodiously draw five or six persons.

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