Con·ven·ience Con·ven·ien·cy, n.
1. The state or quality of being convenient; fitness or suitableness, as of place, time, etc.; propriety.
Let's further think of this;
Weigh what convenience both of time and means
May fit us to our shape. --Shak.
With all brief and plain conveniency,
Let me have judgment. --Shak.
2. Freedom from discomfort, difficulty, or trouble; commodiousness; ease; accommodation.
Thus necessity invented stools,
Convenience next suggested elbow chairs. --Cowper.
We are rather intent upon the end of God's glory than our own conveniency. --Jer. Taylor.
3. That which is convenient; that which promotes comfort or advantage; that which is suited to one's wants; an accommodation.
A pair of spectacles and several other little conveniences. --Swift.
4. A convenient or fit time; opportunity; as, to do something at one's convenience.
n 1: the state of being suitable or opportune; "chairs arranged
for his own convenience"
2: the quality of being useful and convenient; "they offered
the convenience of an installment plan" [ant: inconvenience]
3: a toilet that is available to the public [syn: public
toilet, comfort station, public convenience, public
lavatory, restroom, toilet facility, wash room]
4: a device that is very useful for a particular job [syn: appliance,
contraption, contrivance, gadget, gizmo, gismo,