expediency

[ ik-spee-dee-uh n-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF expediency

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPEDIENCY

There are some who challenge the expediency of the Imperial character of this realm.

Standing on your own ground of expediency, I am ready to defend my position.

You see the expediency, the necessity of my accepting this embassy.

All marriage forms are only matters of custom and expediency.

The expediency I do not doubt; I am not so sure of the possibility.

He answered that the course they suggested ran counter to expediency.

And as for the ready-wittedness and expediency, I wonder where they are!

I can only discuss it as a matter of expediency, or the reverse.

We have no ground in expediency or morals to quarrel with her on that account.

But the scruple concerned merely the expediency of the adventure.

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