convenience (n.) Old form(s): conuenience
fitness, appropriateness, propriety
AW III.ii.72.1[Second Lord to Countess, of Bertram] The Duke will lay upon him all the honour / That good convenience claims
MM III.i.249[disguised Duke to Isabella, of Angleo] your stay with him may not be long ... and the place answer to convenience
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