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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconvenientlycon‧ve‧ni‧ent‧ly /kənˈviːniəntli/ ●●○ adverb  1 CONVENIENTin a way that is useful to you because it saves you time or does not spoil your plans or cause you problems Conveniently, her parents are often willing to babysit. At that time, ice cream couldn’t be conveniently bought in a store.2 NEARin a place that is close or easily reached The hotel is conveniently located near the airport.3 DELIBERATELYif someone has conveniently forgotten, ignored, lost etc something, they deliberately do this because it helps them to avoid a problem or to get what they want You conveniently forgot to tell me she was Nick’s sister.
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convenientlyPeople conveniently forget things that might be embarrassing to them.They conveniently forgot to provide Mom with a way to dial in.Each house for sale is conveniently listed by location and price.In 1570, the Marquis's son, also conveniently named Alberigo, inaugurated the use of gunpowder in quarrying.There are three reagents, conveniently supplied in aerosol cans.Women were, conveniently, the thing left out.He had been called conveniently to London.Melville has combined these basic elements together very conveniently with the literary device of Ishmael, the narrator.
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