A boarding-house to which one could conveniently apply the word 'home!'
She had put it conveniently in her pocket, so that she could place her hand on it at once.
The atmosphere may be conveniently considered as divided into 2.
The bottom of hawthorn hedges may be conveniently thickened, by putting in some plants of common sweet briar, or barberry.
A mixture of sulphur and lime, made so as to be conveniently applied, has been found to be highly destructive of them in general.
How, therefore, may we consider the matter most conveniently?
Under this head may conveniently be included the condition of women and of slaves.
But you and likewise the other colonists are conveniently situated as you describe.
These machines are perfectly simple and conveniently managed.
It was as if Kate had but too conveniently put the words into her mouth.