amenity definition

  • noun:
    • the grade of being pleasant or attractive; agreeableness.
    • Something that contributes to physical or material comfort.
    • A feature that increases attractiveness or worth, specially of a piece of property or a geographic place.
    • personal courtesies.
    • Pleasantness.
    • something or scenario that's welcome and makes life only a little easier or more pleasant.
    • Convenience.
    • a unit with respect to the infrastructure of a residential area, such as for example a public toilet, a postbox, a library an such like.
    • The quality of becoming pleasant or acceptable, whether in respect to circumstance, climate, ways, or personality; pleasantness; civility; suavity; gentleness.
    • The Caliber Of being pleasant or acceptable in circumstance, prospect, climate, temperament, personality, manners, etc.; pleasantness; pleasingness; an affable manneá¹™.
    • That which is acceptable or pleasing.
    • Amenity damages
    • in the uk, damages provided for the defacement of grounds, particularly around dwelling houses, or even for annoyance or lack of amenity, brought on by the building of a railway, construction of general public works, etc.
    • pleasantness caused by agreeable problems

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