(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
v. adapt, adjust, conform, fit, suit; oblige, help out; lend money (to); put up; lend (to). See aid, agreement, debt, pacification, abode. Ant., inconvenience, impede.
(Roget's IV) v.
1. [To render a service]
Syn. help, aid, comfort, make comfortable, oblige, suit, serve, gratify, please, favor, arrange, settle, provide, convenience, benefit, tender, supply, furnish, assist, support, sustain, do a favor, do a favor for, profit, avail, indebt, indulge, humor, pamper, yield, bow, defer, submit, attend to the convenience of, accept, put oneself out for, do a service for, meet the wants of.
Ant. inconvenience, discommode, refuse.
2. [To suit one thing to another]
Syn. adjust, adapt, fit, suit, harmonize, conform, modify, attune, reconcile, settle, agree, accord, correspond, acclimate, accustom, compose, make suitable, make correspond, make conform, bring into consistency; see also adjust 1 .
Ant. disrupt, confuse*, derange.
3. [To provide lodging]
Syn. house, quarter, lodge, rent to, put up, receive, take in, serve as host, entertain, welcome, board, shelter, billet, supply accommodations, furnish accommodations, entertain comfortably, host.
Ant. bar*, turn out, refuse entrance.
4. [To hold]
Syn. hold, contain, have room for; see contain 1 , include 1 .
See Synonym Study at adjust , contain .
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) v.
1. oblige aid, assist, help, perform a kindness, serve, furnish, do a favor, grant, indulge, lend a hand.
2. house lodge, quarter, put up, board, furnish a room, shelter, entertain, take in.
3. adapt accustom, adjust, bend, conform, acclimate, reconcile, modify, fit, tailor.
(Roget's Thesaurus II) verb 1. To perform a service or a courteous act for: favor, oblige. See HELP. 2. To provide with often temporary lodging: bed (down), berth, bestow, billet, board, bunk1, domicile, harbor, house, lodge, put up, quarter, room. See PROTECTION. 3. To have the room or capacity for: contain, hold. See FULL. 4. To make or become suitable to a particular situation or use: acclimate, acclimatize, adapt, adjust, conform, fashion, fit1, reconcile, square, suit, tailor. See CHANGE. 5. To bring into accord: attune, conform, coordinate, harmonize, integrate, proportion, reconcile, tune. See AGREE.

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