V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: conveniently expansive and spacious, as in comfortable living space

Synonyms: spacious, capacious, roomy expansive, ample

Antonyms: confined, cramped, small

Tips: Commodious is derived from the Latin commodus, "convenient and comfortable." Commodious is an attractive feature for a living space and is often heard in advertisements as a way of saying both convenient and comfortable. The words accommodate and accommodations are both derived from the same Latin root, commodus.

Usage Examples:

The commodious bungalow provided a relaxing, open atmosphere. (spacious, expansive)

The realtor boasted of the commodious and elegant features of the luxury home. (capacious, ample, spacious)

We need a house with a commodious backyard, because we have three large dogs. (expansive, ample)

I always envied my sister because she had a commodious bedroom, while mine was rather small and cramped. (spacious, roomy)

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