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expedient (adjective), more expedient, most expedient
1. A reference to an effort to come up with a quick solution or an effective approach to a potential problem: The speaker found it expedient to lecture from his notes and not to depend on his memory.

Frank told his son to be calm, do the right thing, and not to hurry too quickly in order to make an expedient decision.

2. Conveying some proposed or desired objective; fit or suitable for the purpose; proper under the circumstances: Jim thinks it is an expedient idea that he and his wife go home now because the storm could get worse.
A reference to something that is advantageous in achieving a desired objective.
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Relating to a convenient purpose.
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Word Entries at Get Words: “more expedient
Relating to finding a solution or a practical approach to achieving a desired objective. (2)