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commodious (adjective), more commodious, most commodious
1. Pleasantly spacious or large and roomy: Some movie theaters now have more commodious seats for viewers with better padding and wider spaces.
2. Generous or large in area or extent: Ellen and Ted were so happy to be able to move into a commodious apartment with four rooms after living in a modest, simple, and tiny place for more than a year.
3. Etymology: "beneficial, convenient", from Medieval Latin commodiosus, "convenient, useful", from Latin commodus, "proper, fit, appropriate, convenient, satisfactory"; from com-, "together, together with" + modus, "measure, manner".
Roomy and and spacious.
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Having plenty of room.
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