expeditious

[ ek-spi-dish-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF expeditious

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPEDITIOUS

So expeditious was the measure, that soon the obvious material was exhausted.

The route by Alexandria and Suez, they all tell me, is the best and most expeditious.

So expeditious, in fact, was Beza, that on the twenty-second of August he was in Paris.

Robin had been expeditious; it yet wanted twenty minutes to ten by his watch.

It is a very simple and expeditious way of storing the logs.

"Open the gate, fellow, and be expeditious," shouted the chief constable.

Exiles are expeditious in their return to their native country.

Be as expeditious as possible, for the squall will soon be upon us.

Where many stocks are kept, it is advisable to be as expeditious as possible.

The intendant thinks calf will be the most expeditious covering.

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