noun, plural con·ve·nanc·es [kon-vuh-nahn-siz; French kawnvuh-nahns] /ˈkɒn vəˌnɑn sɪz; French kɔ̃vəˈnɑ̃s/.
Origin of convenance
Related Words for convenanceuse, proceeding, form, habit, process, system, rule, method, tradition, dignity, gentility, demeanor, civility, correctness, propriety, decency, orderliness, respectability, politeness, style
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Historical Examples of 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).