noun, plural ex·pe·di·en·cies.
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Origin of expediency
OTHER WORDS FROM expediencynon·ex·pe·di·ence, nounnon·ex·pe·di·en·cy, noun
Example sentences from the Web for expediency
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.
Two white guys defined by political expedience, professional uniforms and perfectly pomaded hair.Double the Pomade: The Aggressively Groomed Style Of Romney And Ryan|Robin Givhan|August 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
They saw the political expedience of a randy man condemning another randy man.
I'm making my decisions based on stress and expedience and my gut and who's pouting and who's crying.
Now this expedience is the desideratum to be sought, either without the experience of means, or with that experience.Thoughts on the Present Discontents|Edmund Burke
But expedience and right are as far asunder, in truth, as is the distance from pole to pole.
Now this expedience is the desideratum, to be sought either without the experience of means or with that experience.
Every consideration of justice, expedience, and necessity, calls for such a grant.
Parliament has declared the expedience of these lines by having passed the bills for their formation.