accommodation,n.1. A loan or other financial favor. 2. The act of signing an accommodation
paper as surety for another. See ACCOMMODATION PAPER. 3. The act or an instance of
making a change or provision for someone or something; an adaptation or adjustment. See
PUBLIC ACCOMMODATION; REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION . 4. A convenience
supplied by someone; esp., lodging and food.
public accommodation.A business that provides lodging, food, entertainment, or other
services to the public; esp. (as defined by the Civil Rights Act of 1964), one that affects interstate
commerce or is supported by state action. [Cases: Civil Rights 1043. C.J.S. Civil Rights § 23.] [Blacks Law 8th]