noun, plural ex·pe·di·en·cies.
Origin of expediency
Related formsnon·ex·pe·di·ence, nounnon·ex·pe·di·en·cy, noun
Examples from the Web for expedience
Still, Clinton gets it, at least theoretically or just as a matter of expedience, and so too does Rubio.
It is likely that a similar phenomenon of expedience translating into better health governs other diseases as well.
I'm making my decisions based on stress and expedience and my gut and who's pouting and who's crying.
And thus it was decided, after some indecisive fashion, that their client should be sounded as to the expedience of a compromise.Lady Anna|Anthony Trollope
Depth of the stitch into the material varies considerably—an indication of expedience rather than ornamentation.A Burial Cave in Baja California|William C. Massey
What but the expedience of a law that will never be executed?The Works of Samuel Johnson, Vol. 10.|Samuel Johnson
The problem of expedience of conduct concerned Doctor Svetilovitch but little.The Created Legend|Feodor Sologub
He didn't allude to her lack of affection for him; he put the matter on grounds of expedience.The Quaint Companions|Leonard Merrick