suitable or agreeable to the needs or purpose; well-suited with respect to facility or ease in use; favorable, easy, or comfortable for use.
at hand; easily accessible: Their house is convenient to all transportation.
Obsolete. fitting; suitable.

1350–1400; Middle English < Latin convenient- (stem of conveniēns), present participle of convenīre to be suitable, come together. See convene, -ent

conveniently, adverb
quasi-convenient, adjective
quasi-conveniently, adverb
superconvenient, adjective
ultraconvenient, adjective
ultraconveniently, adverb

1. adapted, serviceable, useful, helpful, advantageous. 2. handy. Unabridged
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convenient (kənˈviːnɪənt)
1.  suitable for one's purpose or needs; opportune
2.  easy to use
3.  close by or easily accessible; handy
[C14: from Latin conveniēns appropriate, fitting, from convenīre to come together, be in accord with, from venīre to come]

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Word Origin & History

late 14c., from L. convenientem (nom. conveniens), prp. of convenire (see convene).

late 14c., "harmoniously," from convenient. Meaning "in a way that avoids difficulty" is from c.1500.
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Example sentences
Conveniently, for such an indispensable ingredient, limes are available
It is true to size in the length and conveniently adjustable through the width
  of the foot and calf.
Only a few thousand people used it regularly, but their names were conveniently
  printed in a single directory.
Conveniently, they knew a real-estate developer who was willing to help them
  negotiate with the landlord to break their lease.
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