American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The quality of being suitable to one's comfort, purposes, or needs: the convenience of living near shops, schools, and libraries.
- n. Personal comfort or advantage: services that promote the customer's convenience.
- n. Something that increases comfort or saves work: household conveniences such as a washing machine, an electric can opener, and disposable diapers. See Synonyms at amenity.
- n. A suitable or agreeable time: Fill out the form at your earliest convenience.
- n. Chiefly British A lavatory.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. 1. A coming together; assemblage; conjunction; joinder.
- n. The state or character of being convenient; fitness; suitableness; adaptation; propriety.
- n. Freedom from discomfort or trouble; ease in use or action; comfort.
- n. That which gives ease or comfort; that which is suited to wants or necessity; that which is handy; an accommodation.
- n. A convenient appliance, utensil, or other article, as a tool, a vehicle, etc.
- n. . Agreement; consistency.
- To provide with facilities and accommodations which make for ease, comfort, effectiveness in action, movement, or the like; accommodate.
- n. the quality of being suitable, useful or convenient
- n. anything that makes for an easier life
- n. a convenient time, especially in the phrase at one's convenience
- n. chiefly UK a public toilet
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The state or quality of being convenient; fitness or suitableness, as of place, time, etc.; propriety.
- n. Freedom from discomfort, difficulty, or trouble; commodiousness; ease; accommodation.
- n. That which is convenient; that which promotes comfort or advantage; that which is suited to one's wants; an accommodation.
- n. A convenient or fit time; opportunity.
- n. a device or control that is very useful for a particular job
- n. the state of being suitable or opportune
- n. a toilet that is available to the public
- n. the quality of being useful and convenient
- From Latin convenientia, from conveniens ("suitable"), present participle of convenire ("to come together, suit"). (Wiktionary)
“There is something a little disturbing in the use of the word convenience as a euphemism for the water closet.”
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“The most obvious price for easier electronic access and convenience is potentially greater vulnerability.”
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“But the safety and dignity of people with disabilities should not be sacrificed in the name of convenience at the security line, or because of negligence and indifference.”
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