Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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They should be held by the handles, and the longer the handles the more convenient.

He contents himself with a house in a more convenient and safer spot.

I said I had thoughts of sending for her, as soon as I got to more convenient lodgings.

It is more convenient than to have all the family going out to vote.

A process of Rosin's, not yet published, is more convenient.

A refractor is also more convenient to handle than is a reflector.

I should say that it would be more convenient for you to take to European clothes.

That is true, and it would be more convenient for me to read.

The more convenient of access the storage location is, the greater the cost.

Irrigations are more convenient in some respects than injections.