Synonym: agreeableness. Similar words: serenity, benignity, amendment, first amendment, zenith, penitent, penitence, congenital. Meaning: [ə'miːnətɪ] n. pleasantness resulting from agreeable conditions.
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(1) They will provide an amenity for local residents.
(2) He immediately noticed the amenity of his new surroundings.
(3) The building will be developed as a public amenity.
(4) Heating is regarded as a basic amenity.
(5) Free newspapers. Free amenity pack.
(6) Modern resorts offer every amenity for shopping during the day, and a choice of clubs, discos and casinos at night.
(7) Local amenity societies and conservation groups therefore frequently oppose their construction -; and all too often the houses remain unbuilt.
(8) Clearly this was unacceptable both from an amenity point of view and for access by emergency services.
(9) They have no idea of amenity, no regard for landscape and have scant interest in problems of drainage and water.
(10) Most of the conflicts concerning agriculture and amenity also occur in a particularly acute form on the urban fringe.
(11) Previous studies have assessed the amenity role of countryside open-spaces using separate ecological, landscape and recreational criteria.
(12) They were concerned with only limits amenity services unless the county council delegated something more substantial.
(13) This is an amenity that all Teessiders and others from further afield will be able to enjoy for generations.
(14) A sauna in the hotel would be a useful amenity.
(15) An affordable nursery education service is an essential basic amenity.
(16) The Memorial Hall stands in splendid isolation as the only village amenity.
(17) Both the existing bungalow and the new house would look into the garden of the house[Sentencedict.com], providing an amenity for both.
(18) But no art, major or minor, can be governed by the rules of social amenity. Sentencedict.com
(19) It combines the delightful atmosphere of an Oxford market square with every modern amenity for comfortable and practical living today.
(20) The aim is to avoid any clash between good forestry and the claims of amenity.
(21) Middlesex sought to prevent urban development, with the secondary purpose of preserving amenity and providing recreational facilities.
(22) Even where an application does arouse some opposition, issues of public amenity rarely arise.
(23) The town has been carefully designed to offer its visitors every amenity.
(24) When complete this autumn it will be the first purpose-built amenity to offer homeless youngsters short-stay accommodation coupled with skills training.
(25) The Grand Union Canal's reservoir at Ruislip was marketed by the canal company as a leisure amenity in the 1930s.
(26) Often they circulate these lists to local conservation and amenity groups, residents' associations and subscribers.
(27) The stations on the Trans-Siberian were classified according to size and amenity into five categories.
(28) Although new housing will be encouraged within these areas, important open spaces and the amenity of residential areas will be protected.
(29) At the same time it gave encouragement to local amenity groups to press for improvements.
(30) The Trustees, however, felt that the tennis courts should be preserved as an amenity for the area.
More similar words: serenity, benignity, amendment, first amendment, zenith, penitent, penitence, congenital, impenitent, penitentiary, amend, unity, lament, sanity, trinity, dignity, inanity, ornament, amenable, vicinity, community, impunity, immunity, eternity, affinity, divinity, lineament, firmament, tournament, sacrament.