1 It's more convenient than going to England.
2 Nor can I masquerade in a cloak of romance and patriotism, no matter how convenient it might be.
3 It was so convenient to have a man about the house.
4 At first it had annoyed her and she had tried to break down that nonchalance but soon she had come to accept it as a very convenient thing.
5 For a week the prospect had lighted up Miss Stepney's colourless existence; then she had been given to understand that it would be more convenient to have her another day.
6 However inadequate the rest of the house, he had seen to it that the fundamental cellar should be large and clean, the square pillars whitewashed, and the bins for coal and potatoes and trunks convenient.
7 At my first glimpse of the pulpit, it had not escaped me that however convenient for a ship, these joints in the present instance seemed unnecessary.
8 You cannot put a shelf or chest of drawers in your body, and no more can you make a convenient closet of your watch-coat.
9 Your hat, however, is the most convenient.
Moby Dick By Herman MelvilleContext Highlight In CHAPTER 61. Stubb Kills a Whale.
10 He walked off eating the pie, as the least convenient thing to carry.
11 It was a convenient, and, I trust, will prove a peaceful grave for a soldier.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore CooperContext Highlight In CHAPTER 14
12 Some tossed them unconcernedly down; others hid them carefully, asserting their plans to return for them at some convenient time.
13 The youth nestled in it and rested, making a convenient rail support the flag.
14 Ye see," said Marks to Haley, stirring his punch as he did so, "ye see, we has justices convenient at all p'ints along shore, that does up any little jobs in our line quite reasonable.
15 Of course, in a novel, people's hearts break, and they die, and that is the end of it; and in a story this is very convenient.