convenient (adj.) Old form(s): conuenient
fitting, suitable, appropriate
1H6 II.iv.4[Suffolk to Richard] The garden here is more convenient
2H6 I.iii.206[Gloucester to King, of Horner and Peter] let these have a day appointed them / For single combat in convenient place
Cor V.iii.192[Coriolanus to Aufidius] I'll frame convenient peace
KL III.ii.56[Lear as if to a criminal] That under covert and convenient seeming / Hath practised on man's life [i.e. suiting the purpose]
KL IV.v.31[Regan to Oswald, of Edmund and Gonerill] more convenient is he for my hand / Than for your lady's
MM IV.iii.101[disguised Duke to Provost, of his taking an executed head to Angelo] Convenient is it
MND III.i.2[Quince to all, of the forest] here's a marvellous convenient place for our rehearsal
MW IV.v.74[Evans to Host] 'tis not convenient you should be cozened
R3 IV.iv.443[Catesby to King Richard, replying to the command 'fly to the Duke'] I will ... with all convenient haste
Tit V.ii.90[Titus to disguised Tamora, of Aaron] would you represent our Queen aright, / It were convenient you had such a devil
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