comfortably accommodated

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  • A mouth that is often found to have more words in it than can be comfortably accommodated.
  • The quartermaster's office would comfortably accommodate about one hundred persons. Cited from The Outlet, by Andy Adams
  • The house we think of would be not too large for two and certainly would comfortably accommodate five or even six, depending upon their relations to one another. Cited from The Complete Home, by Various, ed. by Clara E. Laughlin
  • The Station has a large cafeteria that can comfortably accommodate about 60 individuals.
  • The floor space would comfortably accommodate about twenty men lying down, but when thirty-three, including equipment, were crowded into it, it was nearly unbearable. Cited from The Defenders of Democracy by The Militia of Mercy
  • The hall was built after WWII and can comfortably accommodate 740 seated people.
  • The Cave and Basin is the only underground cavern large enough to comfortably accommodate groups of people.
  • I was very comfortably accommodated in apartments on the ground floor of his house, whither he frequently came on his wheeled chair from his own rooms directly opposite. Cited from My Life, Volume II, by Richard Wagner
  • Each coop is high and wide enough to comfortably accommodate the chickens, and long enough to contain from five to twelve chickens. Cited from The Dollar Hen, by Milo M. Hastings
  • There were no good hotels in Santa Barbara, but we were comfortably accommodated in a private family. Cited from The World As I Have Found It, by Mary L. Day Arms
  • It's a big touring car, and will comfortably accommodate the whole Maynard family and a chauffeur beside. Cited from Marjorie's Maytime, by Carolyn Wells
  • In both instances, he comfortably accommodated contemporary shifts in bluegrass but never lost his preference for the traditional form of the music.
  • Mr. Smithson's steam launch would comfortably accommodate that number. Cited from Phantom Fortune, A Novel, by M. E. Braddon
  • The main building originally possessed 33 classrooms, and could comfortably accommodate 900 students.
  • For he may either use the Shelburne as a hotel or a boarding-house, in which latter case he is comfortably accommodated at the very moderate daily charge. Cited from Seeing Europe with Famous Authors, Vol 2, Halsey
  • Clement Austin installed Margaret and the widow in a sitting-room which would have comfortably accommodated about forty people. Cited from Henry Dunbar, by M. E. Braddon
  • Studio 1 was originally the largest studio on the complex measuring and can comfortably accommodate an audience of 120.
  • Most of the airlines allow travelers to bring their pet on board if they are comfortably accommodated into an airline-approved pet carrier.
  • In the third quatrain, he likens the mistress to an ocean, which would be able to comfortably accommodate an additional quantity of water.
  • Although the station has residential facilities that can comfortably accommodate 8 people for 15 days, the station is typically uninhabited and operated remotely.