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  • noninterchangeable.
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Antonyms of AMENITY
Examples of usage:
  1. There was something so striking in this man's attitude at a moment of deadly peril that Brackenbury was overcome with respectful admiration; nor was he less sensible to the charm of his conversation or the surprising amenity of his address. - "New-Arabian-Nights" by Stevenson, Robert Louis
  2. Judge People's Friend was completely annihilated for the moment- so much so, indeed, as to think seriously of taking another mission- for, during these eclipses, long service, public virtue, calculated amenity, and all the other bland qualities of your patriot, pass for nothing, when weighed in the scale against profit and loss. - "The Monikins" by J. Fenimore Cooper
  3. I knew him only as a pleasant, gentlemanly man in society; and the indecision of his character rather added to the amenity of his conversation. - "Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson" by Thomas Jefferson
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