convenience (n.) Old form(s): Conueniences
advantage, desirable feature, point of agreement
Oth II.i.225[Iago to Roderigo, of the features in a man that would attract Desdemona] for want of these required conveniences
TC III.iii.7[Calchas to all] I have ... exposed myself, / From certain and possessed conveniences, / To doubtful fortunes
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