IT is an old Obſervation, which has been made of Politicians who would rather ingratiate themſelves with their Sovereign, than promote his real Service, that they accommodate their Counſels to his Inclinations, and adviſe him to ſuch Actions only as his Heart is naturally ſet upon.
2020 December 2, Paul Bigland, “My weirdest and wackiest Rover yet”, in Rail, pages 67-68:
My next stop is Oxford, which has also grown with the addition of new platforms to accommodate the Chiltern Railways service to London via Bicester - although, short sightedly, the planned electrification from Paddington was canned.
(transitive) To provide with something desired, needed, or convenient.
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God did not primarily intend to appoint this way of Worſhip, and to impoſe it upon them as that which was moſt proper and agreeable to him ; but that he condeſcended to it, as moſt accommodate to their preſent ſtate and inclination.
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