providing an ; furnishing convenience or opportunity; favorable; profitable; useful; beneficial:
an advantageous position; an advantageous treaty.
They may be advantageously combined with some simple aromatic, as ginger, cinnamon, or peppermint.
Cooley’s Cyclopdia of Practical Receipts and Collateral Information in the Arts, Manufactures, Professions, and Trades…, Sixth Edition, Volume I Arnold Cooley
The dews are very plentiful, advantageously supplying the place of rain.
The History of Louisiana Le Page Du Pratz
The queens taken from such hives may be advantageously used in forming artificial colonies.
Langstroth on the Hive and the Honey-Bee L. L. Langstroth
And when men act rightly and advantageously they seem to you to be temperate?
And he had had opportunities of advantageously investing his savings.
The Matador of the Five Towns and Other Stories Arnold Bennett
Why, when the battle was progressing so advantageously for our side, did they not go on?
The Citizen-Soldier John Beatty
The French composer well knows the worth of his mad music, and he has taken pains to present it most advantageously.
Stars of the Opera Mabel Wagnalls
In most of these cases iron may be advantageously added to the bath.
The Electric Bath George M. Schweig
He had been advantageously mentioned to the prince, and his royal highness was desirous to see him perform.
The Mirror of Taste, and Dramatic Censor, Vol. I, No. 6, June 1810 Various
He understood thoroughly what the human body could do, and what it might do advantageously.
Ernest Bracebridge William H. G. Kingston
1590s, formed in English from advantage, or else from French avantageux (15c.), from avantage (see advantage). Related: Advantageously; advantageousness.
advb. adverbial adverbially
to move by the process of .
Meteorology. the horizontal transport of atmospheric properties (distinguished from ). the horizontal flow of air, water, etc. noun the transference of heat energy in a horizontal stream of gas, esp of air advection (ād-věk’shən) The transfer of a property of the atmosphere, such as heat, cold, or humidity, by the horizontal movement of an air […]
- Advection fog
fog caused by the movement of warm, moist air over a cold surface.