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accommodated — “Better,” 2 HENRY IV., iii. 2. 65 , 68; “Accommodated!—it comes of” 2 HENRY IV., iii. 2. 70 accommodo; “Accommodated; that is . . . accommodated . . . thought to be accommodated,” 2 HENRY IV., iii. 2. 77. Accommodate, which Bardolph so ludicrously attempts to define, was a fashionable word in Shakespeare's days, and often introduced with great impropriety; Jonson, as well as our poet, ridicules the use of it.

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