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convenient

adjective acceptable, accessible, accommodatus, advantageous, agreeable, applicable, available, befitting, beneficial, carefree, conducive, desirable, easily accessible, easily done, easy, effortless, eligible, expedient, fitted, fitting, helpful, idoneus, opportune, presenting few difficulties, reeuiring no effort, serviceable, suitable, suited, useful
Associated concepts: balance of convenience, certificate of public convenience and necessity, convenience and necessity, convenience of parties, enforcement in convenience, greatest convenience, public convenience, reasonably connenient, rule of convenience
Foreign phrases: Non solum quid licet, sed quid est conneniens, est considerandum; quia nihil quod est innonveniens est licitum.Not only that which is lawful, but that which is convenient is to be considered, because nothing which is inconvenient is lawful.
See also: available, beneficial, constructive, effective, efficient, favorable, fitting, functional, practical, present, seasonable, suitable
References in classic literature ?
Nor do we need to seek any other reason for the number of these pellicles beyond this that the orifice of the venous artery being of an oval shape from the nature of its situation, can be adequately closed with two, whereas the others being round are more conveniently closed with three.
Utterson of Gaunt Street--you must have heard of my name; and meeting you so conveniently, I thought you might admit me.
Honor becomes more reasonable and conveniently adapts itself to circumstances.
Not letting the abbe and Pierre escape, Anna Pavlovna, the more conveniently to keep them under observation, brought them into the larger circle.
I was on a very high esthetic horse, which I could not have conveniently stooped from if I had wished; it was quite enough for me that Thackeray's novels were prodigious works of art, and I acquired merit, at least with myself, for appreciating them so keenly, for liking them so much.
The grated window, the only opening through which the two lovers were able to communicate, was too high for conveniently reading a book, although it had been quite convenient for them to read each other's faces.
Too small to carry one boat on deck, the Arangi could not conveniently tow two astern; so Van Horn, who was the most daring of the recruiters, lacked this essential safeguard.
I was conveniently deaf to him--reached the first floor landing--and arrived at a door which shut off the whole staircase higher up; an iron door, as solid as if it belonged to a banker's strong-room, and guarded millions of money.
Can you conveniently meet us, at the further end of the row of villas in which your aunt lives, the day after to-morrow, at four o'clock?
You conveniently forget when your dreams and your presentiments prove false.
His lordship could not conveniently spare time enough for the journey to Venice, but he and Lady Montbarry arranged to accompany Mrs.
This hole was the "Black Lake"; it was Pluto, a deep circle which can be conveniently studied from the earth, between the last quarter and the new moon, when the shadows fall from west to east.