Definition of Conveniences

1. Noun. Things that make you comfortable and at ease. "All the comforts of home"


Definition of Conveniences

1. Noun. (plural of convenience) ¹

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Definition of Conveniences

1. convenience [n] - See also: convenience

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Literary usage of Conveniences

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1. History of English Thought in the Eighteenth Century by William Randolph Hearst (1851)
"PETTY conveniences AND COMFORTS. The locks and keys, and articles on a par with them, in Tuscany, are, perhaps, the same now that they were in the days of ..."

2. French Memories of Eighteenth-century America by Charles Hitchcock Sherrill (1915)
"CHAPTER IX TRAVEL—ITS conveniences AND INconveniences IT seems incredible that any one so calm-visaged as Benjamin Franklin must be held accountable for the ..."

3. Henry Ward Beecher: A Sketch of His Career: with Analyses of His Power as a by Lyman Abbott, Samuel Byram Halliday (1887)
"MODERN conveniences AND FIRST-CLASS HOUSES. THERE are many persons who suppose that people who live in first-class houses, with all the modern improvements, ..."

4. Obstetrics for nurses by Joseph Bolivar De Lee (1906)
"NURSERY conveniences. Several blankets for wrapping about the baby, made of flannel, ... NURSERY conveniences. The Bed.—This may be a wicker bassinet, ..."

5. A Treatise on Domestic Economy: For the Use of Young Ladies at Home, and at by Catharine Esther Beecher (1843)
"A full supply of all conveniences in the kitchen and cellar, and a place appointed for each article, very much facilitates domestic labor. For want of this, ..."

6. Library Journal by American Library Association, Library Association (1896)
"439 COMMUNICATIONS 440 conveniences at the Boston Public Library. Catholic Books in Public Libraries. ..."

7. A History of the County of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia by John Roy Campbell (1876)
"SOCIAL conveniences. |HE opening of this century found Yarmouth flourishing and prosperous. Population was steadily increasing ; ROADS AND BRIDGES were ..."

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