Railroads Now Rare. a local train.
After about three hours I change to an accommodation train that finally winds up at Atalissa somewhere around noon.
Agent Nine and the Jewel Mystery Graham M. Dean
He had come in on an accommodation train, and was waiting for the midnight express.
Asa Holmes Annie Fellows Johnston
They were spoken by the conductor of the accommodation train sharply.
Ralph on the Overland Express Allen Chapman
The accommodation train from New York to Boston was late that day.
Bessie’s Fortune Mary J. Holmes
My “arriving” was always in an accommodation train fifty minutes late.
A Daughter of the Middle Border Hamlin Garland
She knew that there was an accommodation train due soon after the express.
By the Light of the Soul Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
He landed in Jersey City in ample time to catch the accommodation train which stopped at all points north of its destination.
Fame and Fortune Weekly, No. 801, February 4, 1921 Various
She was on an accommodation train, too, or perhaps it was before they had good railroad service.
Betty Gordon in the Land of Oil Alice B. Emerson
A night ride in an accommodation train is not exciting, and Penningtons trip to Marston was monotonous enough.
The Doctor’s Red Lamp Various
Says she must be loving someone all the time, even if she is considered in the light of an accommodation train.
Letters of a Dakota Divorcee Jane Burr
a person who finds it expedient to adapt to the opinions or behavior of the majority of people, especially as a means of economic or political survival. of, relating to, or characteristic of such a person: They criticized the senator’s conduct as being accommodationist. Contemporary Examples In 2008 his position and perspective were far from […]
the act of accommodating; state or process of being accommodated; adaptation. adjustment of differences; reconciliation. Sociology. a process of mutual adaptation between persons or groups, usually achieved by eliminating or reducing hostility, as by compromise or arbitration. anything that supplies a need, want, favor, convenience, etc. Usually, accommodations. . food and . a seat, berth, […]
tending to ; adaptive. Historical Examples We must place the same claims to the diagnosis of muscular asthenopia as to that of the accommodative form. Schweigger on Squint C. Schweigger The diagnosis of accommodative asthenopia is as a rule confirmed ex juvantibus; this cannot be asserted for the muscular form. Schweigger on Squint C. Schweigger […]
- Accommodative asthenopia
accommodative asthenopia accommodative asthenopia n. Asthenopia due to errors of refraction and excessive contraction of the ciliary muscle. Historical Examples The diagnosis of accommodative asthenopia is as a rule confirmed ex juvantibus; this cannot be asserted for the muscular form. Schweigger on Squint C. Schweigger
a person or thing that . a domestic worker employed on a part-time basis or when needed.