accommodative

[uh-kom-uh-dey-tiv]
adjective
tending to accommodate; adaptive.

Origin:
1835–45; accommodate + -ive

accommodativeness, noun
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accommodate (əˈkɒməˌdeɪt)
 
vb
1.  (tr) to supply or provide, esp with lodging or board and lodging
2.  (tr) to oblige or do a favour for
3.  to adjust or become adjusted; adapt
4.  (tr) to bring into harmony; reconcile
5.  (tr) to allow room for; contain
6.  (tr) to lend money to, esp on a temporary basis until a formal loan has been arranged
 
[C16: from Latin accommodāre to make fit, from ad- to + commodus having the proper measure]
 
ac'commodative
 
adj

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accommodative ac·com·mo·da·tive (ə-kŏm'ə-dā'tĭv)
adj.
Of or relating to accommodation.

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Example sentences
But, as in all of history's bubbles, an accommodative monetary policy also played a role.
And the best way to return to that world is by making monetary policy appropriately accommodative.
Because what we're observing now is an increase in the effectiveness of accommodative monetary policy.
And second, it's not clear to me that a jobs programme can be effective if monetary policy is still not accommodative enough.
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