Need another word that means the same as “convenient”? Find 40 synonyms and 30 related words for “convenient” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Convenient” are: commodious, suitable, appropriate, fitting, fit, suited, agreeable, trouble-free, near, near to, close to, well placed for, well situated for, handy for, just around the corner from, not far from, favourable, advantageous, providential, auspicious, welcome, heaven-sent, beneficial, propitious, fortuitous, promising, encouraging, fruitful, opportune, happy, felicitous, profitable, gainful, rewarding, helpful, useful, valuable, timely, well timed, expedient
Convenient as an Adjective
Definitions of "Convenient" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “convenient” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Suited to your comfort or purpose or needs.
- Situated so as to allow easy access to.
- Involving little trouble or effort.
- Large and roomy (`convenient' is archaic in this sense.
- Fitting in well with a person's needs, activities, and plans.
- Helpfully placed or occurring.
Synonyms of "Convenient" as an adjective (40 Words)
|advantageous||Giving an advantage.|
A contract advantageous to our country.
|agreeable||Prepared to agree or consent.|
They were agreeable to its publication.
|appropriate||Suitable or proper in the circumstances.|
This isn t the appropriate time or place.
|auspicious||Auguring favorable circumstances and good luck.|
He was respectful to his auspicious customers.
|beneficial||Resulting in good; favourable or advantageous.|
The beneficial effects of a temperate climate.
|close to||Strictly confined or guarded.|
A commodious building suitable for conventions.
|encouraging||Giving someone support or confidence; supportive.|
Encouraging advances in medical research.
|expedient||Serving to promote your interest.|
Either side could break the agreement if it were expedient to do so.
The exhibitions received favourable reviews.
|felicitous||Marked by good fortune.|
A felicitous speaker.
|fit||Meeting adequate standards for a purpose.|
In no fit state to continue.
|fitting||Being precisely fitting and right.|
Loose fitting trousers.
|fortuitous||Happening by a lucky chance; fortunate.|
Fortuitous encounters strange accidents of fortune.
|fruitful||(of a person) producing many offspring.|
And God said unto them Be fruitful and multiply.
|gainful||Serving to increase wealth or resources; providing money or other benefit.|
He soon found gainful employment.
|handy for||Easy to reach.|
|happy||Fortunate and convenient.|
I m happy with his performance.
|heaven-sent||Peculiarly fortunate or appropriate; as if by divine intervention.|
|helpful||Providing assistance or serving a useful function.|
|just around the corner from||Used especially of what is legally or ethically right or proper or fitting- A.Lincoln.|
|near||Located on the nearside of a vehicle.|
Walking in these shoes is the nearest thing to floating on air.
|near to||Very close in resemblance.|
|not far from||Located at a great distance in time or space or degree.|
|opportune||Done or occurring at a favourable time; well timed.|
An opportune place to make camp.
|profitable||(of a business or activity) yielding profit or financial gain.|
Profitable speculation on the stock market.
|promising||Full or promise.|
A promising start to the season.
|propitious||Presenting favorable circumstances; likely to result in or show signs of success.|
|providential||Peculiarly fortunate or appropriate; as if by divine intervention.|
They took it for granted that the order of the world reflects a designing providential hand.
|rewarding||Providing satisfaction; gratifying.|
A rewarding career as a paramedic.
|suitable||Worthy of being chosen especially as a spouse.|
These toys are not suitable for children under five.
|suited||Meant or adapted for an occasion or use.|
A dark suited man.
|timely||Done or occurring at a favourable or useful time; opportune.|
With timely treatment the patient has a good chance of recovery.
|trouble-free||Without problems or difficulties.|
|useful||Having a useful function.|
The girl felt motherly and useful.
|valuable||Extremely useful or important.|
A valuable antique.
|welcome||Used to indicate relief at relinquishing the control or possession of something to someone else.|
Made the children feel welcome.
|well placed for||Resulting favorably.|
|well situated for||In good health especially after having suffered illness or injury.|
|well timed||Wise or advantageous and hence advisable.|
Usage Examples of "Convenient" as an adjective
- A convenient excuse for not going.
- The site would have to be convenient for London.
- The new car park will make shopping much more convenient.
- Guests were relaxing beneath a convenient palm tree.
- I phoned your office to confirm that this date is convenient.
Associations of "Convenient" (30 Words)
|accessible||Capable of being read with comprehension.|
Making learning opportunities more accessible to adults.
|assuage||Make (an unpleasant feeling) less intense.|
The letter assuaged the fears of most members.
|available||Obtainable or accessible and ready for use or service.|
Do you think he s available.
|casual||A youth belonging to a subculture characterized by the wearing of expensive casual clothing and frequently associated with football hooliganism.|
A casual correspondence with a former teacher.
|clarification||The act of removing solid particles from a liquid.|
Please advise us if you require further clarification.
|comfortable||Providing or experiencing physical well-being or relief (`comfy’ is informal.|
The antihistamine made her feel more comfortable.
|conveniently||In a convenient manner.|
The switch was conveniently located.
A cozy arrangement with the police.
|ease||Of share prices interest rates etc decrease in value or amount.|
I eased down the slope with care.
|easiness||The quality of being easy in behavior or style.|
A natural easiness of manner.
|easy||With ease easy is sometimes used informally for easily.|
The house is easy to heat.
|facilitate||Make (an action or process) easy or easier.|
You could facilitate the process by sharing your knowledge.
|facilitation||The enhancement of the response of a neuron to a stimulus following prior stimulation.|
The response is dependent on the frequency of stimulation and on neuromuscular facilitation.
|handy||Placed or occurring conveniently.|
Found a handy spot for the can opener.
|niche||Place something in a niche or recess.|
He is now a partner at a leading law firm and feels he has found his niche.
|obtainable||Capable of being obtained.|
Savings of up to 50 percent are obtainable.
|pacify||Bring peace to (a country or warring factions), especially by the use or threat of military force.|
The U N troops are working to pacify Bosnia.
|pushover||A try in which one side in a scrum pushes the ball over the opponents’ goal line.|
This is going to be a pushover.
|relaxation||An occurrence of control or strength weakening.|
I guided my patient into a state of hypnotic relaxation.
|relieve||Relieve oneself of troubling information.|
He relieved her of her baggage.
|roomy||(especially of accommodation) having plenty of room; spacious.|
|shuck||Remove the shucks from.|
|simple||(of a leaf or stem) not divided or branched.|
A quiet unassuming man with simple tastes.
|simplicity||A thing that is plain or uncomplicated.|
The grandeur and simplicity of Roman architecture.
|simplification||Elimination of superfluous details.|
He is proposing simplification of the planning system.
|simplify||Make simpler or easier or reduce in complexity or extent.|
We had to simplify the instructions.
|straightforward||Uncomplicated and easy to do or understand.|
A straightforward set of instructions.
|useful||Having a useful function.|
Aspirins are useful for headaches.
|utilizable||Capable of being put to a profitable or practical use.|
|well||Often used as a combining form in a good or proper or satisfactory manner or to a high standard good is a nonstandard dialectal variant for well.|
It would be some time before Sarah was completely well.