accommodate (v.)
furnish, equip
2H4 III.ii.65[Bardolph to Shallow] a soldier is better accommodated than with a wife
KL IV.vi.81[Edgar to himself, of Lear] The safer sense will ne'er accommodate / His master thus [i.e. no sane person would let himself be dressed in this way; or, of Gloucester: no sane view could handle such a sight]
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