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{a} fitly, suitably, quickly, soon
In an expedient manner; fitly; suitably; conveniently
in a worthwhile manner, productively
in an expedient manner
With expedition; quickly
expedient
Simple, easy, or quick; convenient

Most people, faced with a decision, will choose the most expedient option.

expedient
An easy or simple method; a shortcut

They increased profits by the simple expedient of selling a smaller bottle for the same price.

expedient
contributing to personal advantage
expedient
{n} a way, means, temporary advice, art
expedient
appropriate to a purpose; practical; "in the circumstances it was expedient to express loyalty"
expedient
An expedient is an action that achieves a particular purpose, but may not be morally right. Surgical waiting lists were reduced by the simple expedient of striking off all patients awaiting varicose vein operations
expedient
a means to an end; not necessarily a principled or ethical one
expedient
That which serves to promote or advance; suitable means to accomplish an end
expedient
If it is expedient to do something, it is useful or convenient to do it, even though it may not be morally right. Governments frequently ignore human rights abuses in other countries if it is politically expedient to do so. helping you to deal with a problem quickly and effectively although sometimes in a way that is not morally right   inexpedient (present participle of expedire; EXPEDITE). a quick and effective way of dealing with a problem
expedient
appropriate to a purpose; practical; "in the circumstances it was expedient to express loyalty
expedient
Hastening or forward; hence, tending to further or promote a proposed object; fit or proper under the circumstances; conducive to self-interest; desirable; advisable; advantageous; sometimes contradistinguished from right
expedient
Quick; expeditious
expedient
{i} means to an end; resource
expedient
{s} advantageous, beneficial, worthwhile
expedient
Means devised in an exigency; shift
expedient
serving to promote your interest; "was merciful only when mercy was expedient"
expedient
a means to an end; not necessarily a principled or ethical one serving to promote your interest; "was merciful only when mercy was expedient" appropriate to a purpose; practical; "in the circumstances it was expedient to express loyalty
expedient
a means to an end; not necessarily a principled or ethical one serving to promote your interest; "was merciful only when mercy was expedient"
expediently

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    [ ik-'spE-dE-&nt ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French or Latin; Middle French, from Latin expedient-, expendiens, present participle of expedire to extricate, prepare, be useful, from ex- + ped-, pes foot; more at FOOT.

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