"room and provisions, lodging," c. 1600, now usually plural (accommodations) and chiefly U.S.; from French accommodation, from Latin accommodationem (nominative accommodatio), noun of action from past participle stem of accommodare (see accommodate). Meaning "appliance, anything which affords aid" is from 1610s; that of "act of accommodating" is from 1640s.
1. His instinct would be to seek a new accommodation with the nationalists.
2. The authority must make suitable accommodation available to the family.
3. Volunteers receive £21 pocket money each week, accommodation and expenses.
4. You can upgrade from self-catering accommodation to a hotel.
5. For the last few years I have been living in sheltered accommodation.