Not adapted or accommodated: new arrivals who were unaccommodated to the heat of the tropics. (adjective)
Lacking accommodations: an unaccommodated guest. (adjective)
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Use "unaccommodated" in a sentence
""unaccommodated" flesh should peep out through the embroideries."
"Every foot of floor space was given over to these lodgers and scores were still unaccommodated."
"Autumn, on the other hand, is the time to replenish the wallets and bank accounts of those that accommodate the unaccommodated."