Day-163 (Amenity)

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Word:
              Amenity

Status:
              Noun

Meaning:
              Something that makes life easier or more pleasant.

Sentences:
1) The hotel has every amenity one could want.
2) They're an unhappy, bickering couple who, at least in public, observe all amenities of good behavior.

Origin:
              Middle English amenite, from Latin amoenitat-, amoenitas, from amoenus which means 'pleasant'.

First use:
                15th century

Synonyms:
                 civility, attention, courtesy, formality, gesture, pleasantry

Antonyms:
                 basic, essential, fundamental.

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