Definition of facility :
1. Ease in performance; readiness proceeding from skill or use; dexterity; as, practice gives a wonderful facility in executing works of art.
2. Easiness of access; complaisance; affability.
3. Easiness to be persuaded; readiness or compliance; - usually in a bad sense; pliancy.
4. That which promotes the ease of any action or course of conduct; advantage; aid; assistance; - usually in the plural; as, special facilities for study.
5. The quality of being easily performed; freedom from difficulty; ease; as, the facility of an operation.
mental quickness, speediness, initiation, easy, installment, rapidity, easiness, installation, induction, comfort, celerity, quick-wittedness, expertness, forwardness, facileness, bureau, preparation, fluidity, set, plant, preparedness, amenity, rapidness, eagerness, instalment, installing, department, means, readiness, zeal, office
facility (part of speech: noun)
cunning (part of speech: noun)
instrument (part of speech: noun)
skill (part of speech: noun)
competence, proficiency, adeptness, deftness, cunning, know-how, capability, adroitness, knack, ability, flair, dexterity, expertise, acuity, technique, skill, genius, talent, experience, artfulness, aptitude, mastery, craft
wit (part of speech: noun)
foxiness, sharpness, irony, astuteness, drollness, resourcefulness, comedy, intellect, finesse, quickness, slyness, ingeniousness, subtleness, shrewdness, canniness, scintillation, humor, scurrility, brilliance, wiliness, urbanity, sophistry, wit, inventiveness, craftiness, cleverness, cunningness, trickiness
- As a duck will take to swimming so she took to the new game, with wonderful facility. - "Marcia Schuyler", Grace Livingston Hill Lutz.
- Japan was to be given every facility for military operations during the war. - "Korea's Fight for Freedom", F.A. McKenzie.
- I should like you to give him every facility you can for his work, but of course you will remember that he is an enthusiast, and in certain circumstances might undervalue his own safety or that of the ship. - "South with Scott", Edward R. G. R. Evans.