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conveniēns entis, adj.

P. of convenio, agreeing, consistent, corresponding: hunc superbum habitum convenientes sequebantur contemptūs aures, etc., L.: recta et convenientia natura desiderat: sibi convenientia finge, H.: nihil decretis eius: omnia inter se.—Fig., fit, becoming, appropriate, suitable: Sit bene conveniens toga. O.: dies cum populi voltu, O.: oratio tempori, L.: Reddere personae convenientia cuique, H.: Venus annis nostris, O.: ad res secundas: gratulatio in eā victoriā, L.Harmonious, well-disposed: propinqui optime.

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