This dome should have an ear or handle, for the conveniency of putting it on and taking it off with ease.
They suffered for victuals, clothes, and every other conveniency.
Than these huts nothing more rude in construction, or deficient in conveniency, can be imagined.
At your conveniency you will be so kind as to enclose a receipt in a letter.
We mean to accept your kind offer of the two beds, and then to continue our march as soon as may suit with your conveniency.
To begin exactly at five, for the conveniency of gentlemen's returning.
Besides, at a small expence, and without impeding the circulation of air, conveniency may be made for one hundred more.
The great attention of the English to the conveniency of foot-passengers had several causes.
The scoundrel of a coachee overdid his instructions, and upset the "conveniency" into a lime-kiln.
I could engage to carry you to London from hence, and I would accommodate my time and journey to your conveniency.'