Conveniant vs. Convenient: What's the Difference?
"Conveniant" is an incorrect spelling. The right spelling is "Convenient," which means suitable or favorable for a particular purpose.
Which is correct: Conveniant or Convenient
How to spell Convenient?
Conveniant is Incorrect
Convenient is Correct
Recall that the word ends in "ent," similar to "patient" or "consistent."
Think of "convenience" which has the same spelling pattern.
"Ven" in the middle is followed by "ient," not "iant."
"Convenient" contains "convene" within it.
The word "i" is in the middle, not at the end.
Conveniant and Convenient Definitions
Conveniant is an incorrect spelling of Convenient.
Not causing difficulty or trouble.
Online payments are a convenient option for many.
Located nearby or within easy reach.
The store is convenient to my house.
Designed for comfort or utility.
The car has convenient storage compartments.
Suited or favorable to one's comfort, purpose, or needs
A convenient time to receive guests.
A convenient excuse for not going.
Easy to reach; accessible
A bank with branches at six convenient locations.
Close at hand; near
An apartment that is convenient to transportation.
(Obsolete) Fitting and proper; suitable.
Serving to reduce a difficulty, or accessible with minimum difficulty; expedient.
Fast food might be convenient, but it's also very unhealthy.
Suspicious due to suiting someone's purposes very well.
How convenient that you caught a cold the night before your essay was due.
(obsolete) Fit; suitable; appropriate.
Fit or adapted; suitable; proper; becoming; appropriate.
Feed me with food convenient for me.
Neither filthiness, nor foolish talking, nor jesting, which are not convenient.
Affording accommodation or advantage; well adapted to use; handly; as, a convenient house; convenient implements or tools.
Seasonable; timely; opportune; as, a convenient occasion; a convenient season.
Near at hand; easy of access.
Hereties used to be brought thither, convenient for burning.
Suited to your comfort or purpose or needs;
A convenient excuse for not going
Easy to reach;
Found a handy spot for the can opener
Large and roomy (`convenient' is archaic in this sense);
A commodious harbor
A commodious building suitable for conventions
Suitable or favorable, making something easier or beneficial.
The hotel's location is convenient for sightseeing.
Occurring at a fitting time.
He called at a convenient time.
What is the verb form of Convenient?
What is the root word of Convenient?
Why is it called Convenient?
It derives from the Latin "conveniens," meaning to come together or agree, hence implying suitability.
What is the pronunciation of Convenient?
Which preposition is used with Convenient?
"For," as in "convenient for me."
Is Convenient a noun or adjective?
Is Convenient an abstract noun?
Which vowel is used before Convenient?
The vowel "o."
What is the singular form of Convenient?
What is the plural form of Convenient?
Convenient is an adjective; thus, it doesn't have a plural form.
Which conjunction is used with Convenient?
Conjunctions like "and" or "but" can be used depending on the context.
Is Convenient an adverb?
Is Convenient a negative or positive word?
Is Convenient a vowel or consonant?
It's a word containing both vowels and consonants.
What is another term for Convenient?
What is the second form of Convenient?
For the root verb, it's "convened."
What part of speech is Convenient?
What is the third form of Convenient?
For the root verb, it's "convened."
Is Convenient a countable noun?
It's an adjective and doesn't have a countable form.
What is a stressed syllable in Convenient?
What is the opposite of Convenient?
How is Convenient used in a sentence?
"The mobile app makes it convenient to check y
Which article is used with Convenient?
"A" when used generically and "the" when referring to something specific.
Is Convenient a collective noun?
Is the Convenient term a metaphor?
How do we divide Convenient into syllables?
Which determiner is used with Convenient?
"This," "that," "a," depending on the context.
Is the word Convenient imperative?
How many syllables are in Convenient?
What is the first form of Convenient?
As an adjective, it doesn't have verb forms. But for the root verb, it's "convene."
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