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expedition
  1. (obsolete) The act of expediting something; prompt execution.
  2. A military journey; an enterprise against some enemy or into enemy territory.
  3. (now rare) The quality of being expedite; speed, quickness.
  4. (military) An important or long journey, for example a march or a voyage
  5. A trip, especially a long one, made by a person or a group of people for a specific purpose
  6. The group of people making such excursion.
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  8. Examples:
    1. “Cameron's documentary shows him embarking on his own expedition to explore the wreck of the Bismarck.”
      “He came to Mexico by way of Chihuahua, accompanying the traders from Jonesborough, in the first and only expedition across the immense prairies.”
      “She organized a large expedition for the discovery of the sources of the Nile.”
expediency
  1. (uncountable) The quality of being fit or suitable to effect some desired end or the purpose intended; suitability for particular circumstance or situation.
  2. (uncountable) Pursuit of the course of action that brings the desired effect even if it is unjust or unprincipled.
  3. (obsolete) Haste; dispatch.
  4. (countable) An expedient.
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  6. Examples:
    1. “That creation can only be regarded as one of expediency and convenience.”
      “Expertise was sacrificed for the sake of political expediency, with unfortunate results.”
      “We should ensure that the government does that work, rather than taking the easy way out and sacrificing justice to expediency.”
expedience
  1. (uncountable) The quality of being fit or suitable to effect some desired end or the purpose intended; propriety or advisability under the particular circumstances of a case.
  2. Speed, haste or urgency.
  3. Something that is expedient.
  4. (obsolete) An expedition; enterprise; adventure.
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  6. Examples:
    1. “It has shown that it is prepared to abuse the constitution for political convenience and expedience.”
      “Speak up and tell your representatives that now is the time for excellence, not expedience.”
      “An immigration policy is urgently needed, national experts warn, and not one simply based on the economic expedience of cheap available labor.”
expedient
  1. A method or means for achieving a particular result, especially when direct or efficient; a resource.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Yet in practice, this apparently simple expedient is frequently impossible.”
expeditiousness
  1. The state of being expeditious; celerity, rapidity or speed
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  3. Examples:
    1. “I favour expeditiousness, to clear the path so that our aspirations are not twisted by protracted disputes over acre, rood, and perch.”
      “Sometimes, in our expeditiousness to move the world down the path towards the workers' Utopia, we aren't cognizant of who we are excluding from the process.”
      “The government defended its decision by pointing to the virtues of informality and expeditiousness, plus full investigatory rather than adjudicatory powers.”
expeditor
  1. Alternative spelling of expediter
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  3. Examples:
    1. “This gentleman is neither what we in Germany call a redacteur, nor is he what we would call an expeditor or accountant.”
expeditionist
expediteness
  1. The quality of being expedite.
expediment
  1. Obsolete form of expedient.
expediter
  1. A person who expedites.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “He is also the president's chief expediter in charge of completing key infrastructure and agricultural development projects.”
      “In the end, our fairy godmother prevailed, waved her wand and produced Mr. Mint, a delightful and charming passport expediter.”
      “An expediter for the project's mob-tied developer was already under indictment for forging the demolition permit that had illegally cleared the site.”
expeditionists
  1. plural of expeditionist
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Even at the age of 65, Sir Ranulph Fiennes remains one of Britain's leading expeditionists.”
expediments
  1. plural of expediment
expediences
expeditions
  1. plural of expedition
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  3. Examples:
    1. “While it is nothing wrong to sport a pot belly and be chubby but it is important to remain fit to go on expeditions.”
      “In the past two years there have been six or seven research expeditions to the region.”
      “It was no different from the several trekking expeditions I had undertaken in the hills.”
expediencies
expedients
  1. plural of expedient
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  3. Examples:
    1. “A series of expedients was introduced, creating twenty-one paid magistrates controlling seven police offices.”
      “Since the federal government shows no interest in helping, states will be forced into desperate expedients.”
      “The following various procedures and expedients have evolved over time to create a ceramic program that is efficient.”
expediters
expeditors
  1. plural of expeditor
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Units began sending expeditors to assist in sorting through the ever-increasing volume of receipts.”
      “We wind up having to hire facilitators and expeditors at different levels.”
expeditioner
  1. One who goes on an expedition.
  2. Examples:
    1. “Email is so important in Antarctica. Each expeditioner has an e-dress on board and on the station.”
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