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commodious (adj) (of buildings, halls, rooms, etc.) spacious.
A commodious building is a large building, each room in it, and everything about being very spacious. The classrooms in the college are commodious if they are big, and give the impression of being spacious. If a theatre can accommodate a large number of audiences, it is commodious. The Radio City Music Hall and the Albert Music Hall have commodious stages. That is, they have very big stages. A house worker prefers a commodious kitchen, naturally, because she feels very happy to have enough room to move about.
- The hotel is very much in demand because its rooms are spacious, and for the low tariff they are available at, they are quite commodious.
- In building his home, he has paid more attention to spaciousness rather than to elegance, because only a commodious building can accommodate the large number of guests that visit him frequently.