ultraconvenient

ultraconvenient

(ˌʌltrəkənˈviːnɪənt)
adj
extremely convenient
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A NEW post office in Birmingham will be open for longer in a bid to make it ultraconvenient for users.
Valuerich warehouse stores and ultraconvenient superstores sprouted at the dawn of the decade, followed shortly by a rapid onslaught of fast-food formats and convenience stores, and, finally, Kmart and Walmart's infamous foray into the retail food game by the end of the decade.
"Because consumers are working harder to make ends meet, 55% of surveyed shoppers state they have scaled back their purchases of higher-priced ultraconvenient meals," says Thorn Blischok, IRI's president of consulting and innovation and author of the report.