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whl626

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" I did it for convenience sake or convenience's sake " ? I asked this question somewhere but it seems baffling those who tried to answer it, though :p.
 

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I think it should be "I did it for convenience sake" as it is a reworking of "I did it for the sake of convenience". ;-)
 

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whl626 said:
" I did it for convenience sake or convenience's sake " ? I asked this question somewhere but it seems baffling those who tried to answer it, though :p.

I think you should compromise and use the apostrophe but drop the es.

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