Definition of "commodiousness" [com•mo•di•ous•ness]
The state or quality of being commodious.(noun)
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Use "commodiousness" in a sentence
"Part of the "commodiousness" of a building should be how it serves people who may never enter it."
"The chief hotel at Sherton – Abbas was an old stone-fronted inn with a yawning arch, under which vehicles were driven by stooping coachmen to back premises of wonderful commodiousness."
"We had a pleasing conviction of the commodiousness of civilization, and heartily laughed at the ravings of those absurd visionaries who have attempted to persuade us of the superior advantages of a state of nature."