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View synonyms for expedited

expedited

[ ek-spi-dahy-tid ]

adjective

  1. done, sent, or made to happen quickly or promptly, especially more quickly than usual; hastened:

    Getting the expedited treatment meant he could return to work sooner.

    Expedited mail delivery is available for an extra charge.

  2. issued or dispatched, as an official document or letter:

    Since the matter has not been briefed or argued, an expedited edict of this court takes away a constitutional right.



verb

  1. the simple past tense and past participle of expedite ( def ).

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  • un·ex·pe·dit·ed adjective

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Example Sentences

How long that process will take, even if it’s expedited, is still hard to predict.

Expansion plans to neighboring countries and markets were expedited.

For example, nurses used social media to rapidly disseminate and workshop lessons learned across the country and globe, and developed a new role called a “runner,” whose sole task was to expedite supplies to critical cases.

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To expedite the process, you can add pre-filled sections to the forms you offer, for completion rate improvement.

Frameworks like React, Vue, and Angular make web development more simply expedited.

The notion that somehow we could have expedited this and Iraq would have trained pilots to fly them by now is not credible.

As the PreCheck program grows, some fliers may receive expedited screening without signing up.

And to pass it by midnight October 17, senators would have to do so on an expedited calendar.

That's when Windsor petitioned the Supreme Court to hear her case on an expedited basis.

And in such cases, he says, theater owners have sometimes quietly agreed to an expedited schedule.

If these castles were taken, the reduction of Fort St. Elmo would be greatly expedited.

To have expedited this work in the degree which was desirable a great number of artificers would have been required.

Mr. Fluxion ordered them on board the vessel, and the two men in the boat expedited their movements by some rather rough usage.

The remaining business was then expedited, and the congregation adjourned on January 19, 1594.

The Sanitary Authorities had become experts in the use of the revolvers with which they expedited the demise of the poor beasts.

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