Accommodated [verb]

Definition of Accommodated:

make room, lodging available

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Sentence/Example of Accommodated:

The 600,000-square-foot natural history museum, which regularly accommodates 6,000 to 8,000 visitors at a time — many of whom are school-age children — currently operates at a 25 percent capacity.

During a virtual panel discussion last week, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said the league might temporarily realign divisions to accommodate travel restrictions.

Lonza would have space, mainly in Switzerland, to accommodate additional manufacturing, he said.

The event was delayed by 146 days due to the coronavirus pandemic, and the league made several adjustments to the broadcast to accommodate the prospects.

Now, the more specific we get with our location settings, the fewer tools can accommodate our needs.

The vehicles flying and landing out of the Lake Nona Vertiport will accommodate four passengers and a pilot.

Across the country, authorities are grappling with how to accommodate the Pfizer vaccine’s finicky specifications.

There’s a zippered pocket on the back that can accommodate my wallet, and the two pockets up front fit my phone and keys.

My favorite feature, though, is a hood that actually accommodates a trail helmet to keep your head dry in a storm, with a Boa dial system that enables you to ratchet the hood down over your lid for a secure fit.

It was estimated that the dark, clammy tube could accommodate 1,404 survivors.