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expedience definition

  • noun:
    • Expediency.
    • the standard of being fit or suitable to effect some desired end or perhaps the function intended; propriety or advisability under the certain circumstances of an incident.
    • Speed, haste or urgency.
    • something which is expedient.
    • the standard of becoming expedient or beneficial; physical fitness or suitableness to effect an intention intended; adaptedness to self-interest; desirableness; benefit; advisability; -- often contradistinguished from ethical rectitude or principle.
    • Expedition; haste; dispatch.
    • An expedition; enterprise; adventure.
    • Fitness; suitableness: identical to expediency.
    • An expedition; an adventure.
    • journey; haste; despatch.
    • taking advantage of opportunities regardless of the results for other people
    • the grade of becoming suited to the end in view
    • Expediency.
    • the grade of being fit or suitable to impact some desired end or even the function intended; propriety or advisability in specific situations of a case.
    • Speed, haste or urgency.
    • Something that is expedient.
    • the standard of becoming expedient or beneficial; physical fitness or suitableness to effect an objective meant; adaptedness to self-interest; desirableness; benefit; advisability; -- often contradistinguished from ethical rectitude or concept.
    • journey; haste; dispatch.
    • An expedition; enterprise; adventure.
    • Fitness; suitableness: just like expediency.
    • An expedition; an adventure.
    • Expedition; haste; despatch.
    • taking advantage of opportunities regardless of the results for other individuals
    • the quality of being worthy of the conclusion in view
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