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  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Convenience  \Con*ven"ience\  (?;  106),  Conveniency 
  \Con*ven"ien*cy\,  n.  [L.  convenientia  agreement,  fitness.  See 
  1.  The  state  or  quality  of  being  convenient;  fitness  or 
  suitableness,  as  of  place  time,  etc.;  propriety. 
  Let's  further  think  of  this  Weigh  what  convenience 
  both  of  time  and  means  May  fit  us  to  our  shape. 
  With  all  brief  and  plain  conveniency,  Let  me  have 
  judgment.  --Shak. 
  2.  Freedom  from  discomfort,  difficulty,  or  trouble; 
  commodiousness;  ease;  accommodation. 
  Thus  necessity  invented  stools,  Convenience  next 
  suggested  elbow  chairs.  --Cowper. 
  We  are  rather  intent  upon  the  end  of  God's  glory 
  than  our  own  conveniency.  --Jer.  Taylor. 
  3.  That  which  is  convenient;  that  which  promotes  comfort  or 
  advantage;  that  which  is  suited  to  one's  wants  an 
  A  pair  of  spectacles  and  several  other  little 
  conveniences.  --Swift. 
  4.  A  convenient  or  fit  time;  opportunity;  as  to  do  something 
  at  one's  convenience.