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convenience food partially or fully processed food, such as a frozen meal, that can be quickly prepared.
convenience store a store, often near a busy road or highway, that is open long hours and that sells a limited selection of grocery items, especially snacks and beverages, as well as certain pharmaceutical and automotive items.
convenient suitable and easily turned to one's needs, purposes, or comfort. [2 definitions]
convent a society of persons, usu. nuns, devoted to a religious life with the guidance of a superior. [2 definitions]
conventicle a secret religious meeting, esp. of dissenters or members of a nonconformist sect. [2 definitions]
convention a formal meeting or assembly called together to discuss or pursue common interests. [4 definitions]
conventional adhering closely to accepted customs and standards. [3 definitions]
conventionality the quality or state of being conventional. [3 definitions]
conventionalize to make conventional. [2 definitions]
conventional wisdom a belief or set of beliefs that is held by most people.
conventual of, like, or pertaining to a convent. [3 definitions]
converge to move toward or meet at a common point. [3 definitions]
convergence the act or condition of converging. [4 definitions]
convergent tending to move toward a common point or intersection.
conversable easy to talk with; affable. [2 definitions]
conversant familiar; acquainted; practiced (usu. fol. by with or in).
conversation oral exchange of ideas, opinions, and the like. [2 definitions]
conversational of or characteristic of conversation. [2 definitions]
conversationalist a person who takes pleasure in and is skilled at making conversation.
conversation piece an unusual object that attracts attention and stimulates conversation. [2 definitions]
converse1 to have an oral exchange or conversation; talk. [2 definitions]