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The Press dilated speciously on the economy practised under the system and on its general advantageousness.
THE SIEGE OF KIMBERLEYT. PHELAN
Sardinia was this, that, and the other of advantageousness, and the Sardi were decent people.
SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE
The three forms differ not in the power of the sovereign, but in their advantageousness.
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And why need I speak of the advantageousness, the common participation in which, according to the definition, makes a people?
THE CITY OF GOD, VOLUME IIAURELIUS AUGUSTINE
On this depends the advantageousness of intensive agriculture (high farming) in every higher stage of civilization.
PRINCIPLES OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, VOL. IIWILLIAM ROSCHER
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WORDS RELATED TO ADVANTAGEOUSNESS

  • account
  • adequacy
  • advantage
  • advantageousness
  • applicability
  • appropriateness
  • avail
  • benefit
  • convenience
  • efficacy
  • efficiency
  • expediency
  • favor
  • fitness
  • function
  • point
  • practicality
  • productiveness
  • profit
  • relevance
  • service
  • serviceability
  • use
  • usefulness
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