They installed a fish pond, equipped with water pump and lights, and they constructed shelves and other conveniences for him.
“For conveniences and shops where you can buy what you need,” it is much easier, he said.
All these comforts and conveniences have a way of making Japan feel less foreign—almost, I dare say, like any other major city.
Bridges have been built, roads constructed, the district policed, and a dozen other conveniences provided.
Has not your family, Madam, some one tradesman they deal with, who has conveniences of this kind?
In the morning, furnished with conveniences, we made our toilet, while our gallant cavalrymen made theirs at the horse trough.
Milan has the best municipal facilities and conveniences in all Italy.
There will not be many comforts and conveniences in that home.
The elevator has now so accustomed us to the conveniences that stairs are taboo.
The comfort and conveniences of the cars in the daytime are much in advance of anything we have.
late 14c., "agreement, conformity," from Latin convenientia "meeting together, agreement, harmony," from conveniens, present participle of convenire (see convene). Meaning "suitable, adapted to existing conditions" is from c.1600; that of "personally not difficult" is from 1703.