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unaccommodating

Line breaks: un|accom|mo¦dat¦ing
Pronunciation: /ʌnəˈkɒmədeɪtɪŋ
 
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Definition of unaccommodating in English:

adjective

Not fitting in with the wishes or demands of others; unhelpful: that harsh, unaccommodating man had clearly loved his father
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  • Shops are generally unaccommodating and some fast food chains demand proof of purchase and even a small donation in order to use their toilets.
  • It saddened me to read Mrs Senior's letter and the unaccommodating tone that was portrayed.
  • This mass of towering, buckled stone and fluted snow is the most unaccommodating zone on Earth, and the painter, in his own words, is ‘not trying to force an egotistical or mystical image upon it’.

Words that rhyme with unaccommodating

self-deprecating

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