expeditiousness

[ ek-spi-dish-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF expeditiousness
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If you were not expected, your expeditiousness is appreciated, be sure.'

It was a great country for expeditiousness, as you will find, if you do me the honor to follow me to the end.

WORD ORIGIN

late 15c., expedycius "useful, fitting," from Latin expeditus "disengaged, ready, prompt," past participle of expidere (see expedite). Meaning "speedy" is from 1590s. Related: Expeditiously; expeditiousness.

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