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Conveniently, 1) properly: “such fair ostents of love as shall c. become you there,” Merch. II, 8, 45.
2) commodiously, with ease: “if he may be c. delivered, I would he were,” Tw. IV, 2, 73. “till I c. could send to Romeo,” Rom. V, 3, 256. “where we shall find him most c.” Hml. I, 1, 175 (Qq convenient). action may c. the rest convey, Per. III Prol. 56.
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