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accommodate
used in The Mill on the Floss

4 uses
  • He liked to remind himself and his son too that his fatherly indulgence had provided the accommodation.
    6.8 — Book 6 Chapter 8 — Wakem in a New Light (10% in)
  • That a creature made—in a genealogical sense—out of a man's rib, and in this particular case maintained in the highest respectability without any trouble of her own, should be normally in a state of contradiction to the blandest propositions and even to the most accommodating concessions, was a mystery in the scheme of things to which he had often in vain sought a clew in the early chapters of Genesis.
    1.12 — Book 1 Chapter 12 — Mr. and Mrs. Glegg at Home (46% in)
  • He took her hand and placed it within his arm, and they walked on into the sitting-room, where the tables were strewn with engravings for the accommodation of visitors who would not want to look at them.
    6.10 — Book 6 Chapter 10 — The Spell Seems Broken (39% in)
  • The mate feared the lady would have a poor time of it on board, for they had no accommodation for such entirely unlooked-for passengers,—no private cabin larger than an old-fashioned church-pew.
    6.13 — Book 6 Chapter 13 — Borne Along by the Tide (87% in)

There are no more uses of "accommodate" in The Mill on the Floss.

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