- He let her alone for six months more—six months during which she accommodated herself without a protest to the extension of their tour.Chapter 24 (77% in)
- Mrs. Penniman, in Washington Square, accommodated herself to his absence.Chapter 23 (75% in)
- He closed with an intimation that his professional pursuits might compel him to travel for some months, and with the hope that when they should each have accommodated themselves to what was sternly involved in their respective positions—even should this result not be reached for years—they should meet as friends, as fellow-sufferers, as innocent but philosophic victims of a great social law.Chapter 31 (45% in)
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