Being of advantage; conferring advantage; gainful; profitable; useful; beneficial; as, an advantageous position. (adjective)
Examples of word advantageous
Anything "advantageous" is an obvious result of selection.
I don't think I'd take that deal, given the many short story opportunities even an author at my level has that pay right now, and package me in advantageous ways.
This makes them comparatively advantageous from a competitive standpoint.
Strictly speaking, even to talk of adaptations being advantageous is to risk a false sense of teleology.
Second, the reason home ice used to be so advantageous is that teams can get their offenses rolling and feed off the crowd.
Again, Lusar was advantageous from a topographical standpoint, being situated near the juncture of several important highways; one leading to China, another to Mongolia, and still another, the great caravan route, leading to
As Ben Smith reported, though the organization had planned to fund a major advertising blitz to help define John McCain in terms advantageous to Democrats, they have yet to accrue the funds to do so.
One suspects that most of these repositories would also be publishers themselves, who would publish on terms advantageous to them i.e., works for hire and/or assignation of copyright to the publisher after the death of the author.
At the most basic level is the unsupported assertion that changing sex after puberty is never socially advantageous, which is the main supporting claim for the validity of transkids.