commodious definition

  • adjective:
    • Spacious; roomy. See Synonyms at roomy.
    • Archaic Right; convenient.
    • large and convenient; roomy and comfortable.
    • Adapted to its use or function, or to wants and necessities; ideal.
    • Adapted to its use or function, or even to wants and needs; serviceable; large and convenient; spacious and comfortable.
    • big and spacious (`convenient' is archaic in this feeling)
    • Spacious; roomy. See Synonyms at large.
    • Archaic Appropriate; useful.
    • Spacious and convenient; spacious and comfortable.
    • adjusted to its use or purpose, or to wants and needs; ideal.
    • adjusted to its usage or purpose, or even to wants and needs; serviceable; large and convenient; roomy and comfortable.
    • large and roomy (`convenient' is archaic inside sense)
  • others:
    • useful; helpful; helpful; positive.
    • appropriate; fit; proper; convenient; becoming: in an over-all sense.
    • Affording good accommodation; convenient and roomy; ideal and large: since, a commodious home; a commodious harbor.
    • Synonyms Convenient, suitable, healthy, appropriate, useful, comfortable.
    • Beneficial; helpful; helpful; positive.
    • right; fit; appropriate; convenient; becoming: in a broad feeling.
    • Affording good accommodation; convenient and roomy; suitable and large: as, a commodious dwelling; a commodious harbor.
    • Synonyms Convenient, suitable, healthy, correct, of good use, comfortable.

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