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Definition of "commodiously" [com•mo•di•ous•ly]

  • In a commodious manner. (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "commodiously" in a sentence
  • "Apartment buildings and individual apartments must be commodiously planned with well-designed kitchens and baths, soundproofed walls and floors, ample daylighting, reliable elevators, well-appointed public spaces and attractive landscaping."
  • "He did so, and after passing through some of the intricate avenues common in old houses, was ushered into a small apartment, commodiously fitted up, in which he found Father Buonaventure reclining on a couch, in the attitude of a man exhausted by fatigue or indisposition."
  • "And the rods are commodiously arranged on either side of the ankles, so as not to interfere with the position of the limb; and the wound is easily examined and easily arranged."