Definition of convienient
1. convenient [ a ] suited to your comfort or purpose or needs
Examples: "a convenient excuse for not going"
(The Times-Picayune, [New Orleans]...)
It is not as convenient as the old type toothbrush and the paste tends to shimmy of the bristles .
(Harry H. Hull, "The Normal Forces and Their Ther...)
These droplets appear to be ellipsoids , and it is mathematically convenient to assume that they are .
(S. Idell Pyle, et al., Onsets, Completions, and...)
It is convenient to classify a child 's onset ages and completion ages as `` advanced '' , `` moderate '' ( modal ) , or `` delayed '' according_to whether the child 's age equivalent `` dots '' appeared to the left of , upon , or to the right of the appropriate short transverse line .
Its Completion thus becomes one of the convenient maturity indicators to include in studies of growth , dietary patterns , and health during adolescence .
(Frederick Mosteller et al., Probability with...)
`` Success '' and `` failure '' are just convenient labels for the two categories of outcomes when we talk_about binomial trials in_general .Synonyms convenient Related Terms inconvenient handy favorable expedient accessible convenience
2. convenient [ a ] easy to reach
Examples: "found a handy spot for the can opener"
(Robert A. Futterman, The Future of Our Cities....)
The downtown store continues to offer the great inducement of variety , both within its gates and across the street , where other department_stores are immediately convenient for the shopper who wants to see what is available before making_up_her_mind .Synonyms convenient handy ready_to_hand Related Terms accessible
3. convenient [ a ] large and roomy
Examples: "a commodious harbor" "a commodious building suitable for conventions" (`convenient' is archaic in this sense)
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