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1. Expedientially is an adverb that means done in a way that is best under the circumstances
2. It can also mean based on self-interest or what is advantageous, as opposed to what is right. Expedientially is …
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4. Expedientially: In an expediential manner; for the sake of expediency
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8. Expedientially is an adverb that means done in a way that is best under the circumstances
9. Expedientially (comparative more Expedientially, superlative most Expedientially) In an expediential manner.
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11. Related: Expediential; Expedientially (both 19c.).
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14. Expedientially is an adverb that means done in a way that is best under the circumstances
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16. Expedientially Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster’s Dictionary , which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain
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expedience(Noun) 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. expedience(Noun) Speed, haste or urgency.
Definition of expediency. 1 : the quality or state of being suited to the end in view : suitability, fitness. 2 obsolete. a : haste, dispatch. b : an enterprise requiring haste or caution. 3 : adherence to expedient means and methods put more emphasis on expediency than on principle— W. H. Jones.
Definition of expedient. (Entry 1 of 2) 1 : suitable for achieving a particular end in a given circumstance. 2 : characterized by concern with what is opportune especially : governed by self-interest.
expedience, expediency(noun) the quality of being suited to the end in view. Synonyms: opportunism, expedience, self-interest, self-seeking. Antonyms: