convenient[ kuhn-veen-yuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF convenient
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONVENIENT
Certainly, it would be convenient to please Mrs. Evan Roberts.
Would his employer be so kind as to excuse him for an hour, if convenient?
It will be convenient to deal with the fortunes of the right column first.
"It hasn't been convenient to do it before," was the crisp answer.
Duties often spring up to our view at a convenient opportunity.
And then you can mention the hour that would be most convenient.
This Tract is only a borrow'd Tract, and which may be drawn any way, as shall be most convenient.
This is a convenient arrangement in using the phonograph for correspondence or dictation.
Season them with pepper and salt, and, if convenient, add some mushrooms.
It was convenient, though not as comfortable as he could wish for his clients.