Any condition, circumstance, opportunity or means, particularly favorable to success, or to any desired end. (noun)
Examples of word advantage
It is true that the advantage or benefit of insurance does not consist in adding anything to the wealth of a company, but only consists in drawing from the premiums paid into its treasury by the policy holders generally, to meet each death claim which arises; or can only be called an _advantage of distribution_, or process of collecting aid from the living members, to assist the representatives or dependents of the deceased ones; but it is not the less on this account an advantage worth _same expense_ in securing.
The main advantage is immediate recognition of the problem so that it can be solved before it grows worse.
Their main advantage is that another group has expressed interest in the Hyatt for Labor Day weekend 2012 and will be making a decision within a very few months.
The main advantage is that each participating computer has a local copy of the sync'd files for offline access.
Its main advantage is the authentic separation from anything else in the category.
The main advantage is that the propulsive energies required to go to many destinations within the inner solar system, such as Mars orbit, Lagrange points, near Earth asteroids and even Venus orbit, are quite similar.
The main advantage is that the propulsive energies required to go to many destinations within the inner solar system, such as Mars orbit, Lagrange points, near Earth asteroids, and even Venus orbit, are quite similar.
"Its main advantage is that it generates votes at a fairly reliable pace."