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com·mo·di·ous / kəˈmōdēəs/ • adj. 1. formal (esp. of furniture or a building) roomy and comfortable. 2. archaic convenient. DERIVATIVES: com·mo·di·ous·ly adv. com·mo·di·ous·ness n.

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commodious

commodious †advantageous, serviceable XV; conveniently roomy XVI. — F. commodieux or medL. commodiōsus, f. L. commodus of due measure, convenient, f. COM- + modus measure (see MODE).
So commodity XIV. — (O)F. — L.

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commodious

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