noun, plural con·ve·nanc·es [kon-vuh-nahn-siz; French kawnvuh-nahns] /ˈkɒn vəˌnɑn sɪz; French kɔ̃vəˈnɑ̃s/.
- convection zone,
- convective activity,
- convective discharge,
- convective heat,
- convenience food,
- convenience store
Origin of convenance
Examples from the Web for convenance
We make marriages of convenance in our country, que diable, and what follows follows; but no scandal afterwards!The Newcomes|William Makepeace Thackeray
Word Origin for convenance
late 15c., from French convenance "convention, agreement, convenience," from convenant, present participle of convenir "to come together" (see convene).