Although none of these issues are burrowed into, they scroll by in manner that is commodious and vivid.
Not lightly are the lives of the mariners of our commodious port to be risked for the savin' of a penny'orth of oil.
Evidently this had been a big, commodious and comfortable house in its day.
On the 15th of January, 1520, he came in sight of a high hill overlooking a commodious bay.
She is most commodious; the cabins are much larger than is usual in a vessel of this size.
These harbours are furnished with ample quay and shed-room, and also with a commodious graving-dock—the oldest in Scotland.
We knew that they were also plastered inside, so as to render them warm and commodious in winter.
Instead of belittling this commodious mansion, set to work at once, sir, and build us a fire.
The house of Lawyer Hutchings was commodious and comfortable.
It is a safe and commodious harbor, and abundance of fresh water.
early 15c., "beneficial, convenient," from Medieval Latin commodiosus "convenient, useful," from Latin commodus (see commode). Meaning "roomy, spacious" first attested 1550s. Related: Commodiously; commodiousness.