[ UK /ɐmˈɛnɪti/ ]
[ US /əˈmɛnəti/ ]
NOUN
  1. pleasantness resulting from agreeable conditions
    a well trained staff saw to the agreeableness of our accommodations
    he discovered the amenities of reading at an early age
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How To Use amenity In A Sentence

  • There are also suggestions to provide a town park in the surrounds of Killarney House and this would certainly be a lovely amenity.
  • She also said extra noise and congestion, along with the effect on visual amenity, would have an adverse effect on surrounding homes.
  • In so doing, he established for the first time in a court of law that windfarms can damage property values because of damage to visual amenity and noise.
  • The forestry here, at the back of the swimming pool, will be cleared of soft woods leaving the native hard woods in place and will provide an amenity area for visitors and locals.
  • Both the existing bungalow and the new house would look into the garden of the house, providing an amenity for both.
  • The golf course is a good public amenity but I would query whether it could be run in a way that at least allows it to break even.
  • Whereas my little oasis, one of thirty `professional person's dwellings ', was five minutes from every city centre amenity. KICK BACK
  • It is rather the other way about: the injury to the amenity of the land consists in the fact that the persons on it are liable to suffer inconvenience, annoyance or illness.
  • It would not take a fortune to create a clean and tidy looking river bank and with a little imagination a very good amenity could be created in this area.
  • Some of the millers who worked the mills from 1747 to 1927 are documented in the amenity park.
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