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Difference between 'amenity' and 'amity'


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'Amenity' refers to agreeable circumstances.

'Amity' friendship, especially between nations.


Sample Usage

eg 1. The thermal plant would be installed in the city if there were sufficient amenities to produce thermal power.

eg 2. The amity between the two nations was known since ages.


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