[ kuhn-veen-yuhn-see ]

noun,plural con·ven·ien·cies.Archaic.

Origin of conveniency

From the Latin word convenientia, dating back to 1485–95. See convenience, -cy

Words Nearby conveniency Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use conveniency in a sentence

  • Waad took credit to himself that he had been 'bold in discretion and conveniency to restrain him again.'

    Sir Walter Ralegh | William Stebbing
  • Nothing could surpass the conveniency of the cabins, or the elegance with which the fittings and furniture were designed.

  • 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
  • It falls only on those who have not conveniency or ability to brew, and who must purchase it in small quantities.

  • Besides, at a small expence, and without impeding the circulation of air, conveniency may be made for one hundred more.