expedient

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Captain Baker applied himself to this task, and used every expedient.

This expedient, however, nearly proved fatal in its consequences.

No need then of the expedient of pursuing your needleworks in her sight.

This: It is useless to talk or to think unless it is also possible and expedient to act.

For the expedient has to do with the future, about which we are liable to mistake.

That to appease God's wrath it was expedient that this Jew should die?

Leave me to think it over, and perhaps I can hit upon the expedient.

Your dear aunt was on the high-road to this goal, when I bethought me of my expedient!

We have no right to ask if it is expedient to grant suffrage to women.

This expedient to palliate my folly was thought of—but not by me.

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