noun, plural con·ven·ien·cies. Archaic.
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Than these huts nothing more rude in construction, or deficient in conveniency, can be imagined.A Narrative of the Expedition to Botany Bay|Watkin Tench
These three diagrams represent a different mode of withdrawing the burner from the reflector, for the conveniency of cleaning it.An Account of the Bell Rock Light-House|Robert Stevenson
I could engage to carry you to London from hence, and I would accommodate my time and journey to your conveniency.'Cornish Worthies, Volume 1 (of 2)|Walter H. Tregellas
The activity of the smith, stimulated by the increased reward, quickly produced the conveniency wanted.
This conveniency, well enough known to-day, was new to us, and we did not quite know how to manage it.My Friends at Brook Farm|John Van Der Zee Sears