expeditious

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[ UK /ˌɛkspədˈɪʃəs/ ]
[ US /ˌɛkspəˈdɪʃəs/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. marked by speed and efficiency
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How To Use expeditious In A Sentence

  • Veterans must be treated fairly and expeditiously as they seek compensation for disability or illness.
  • Ten days passed from the court's acceptance of the case to its resolution, expeditious remedy much appreciated by the American plaintiff.
  • They had long been sailing west upon their expeditious and stead ship, the sun had now sat upon her throne, and her red and gold stallions that drew her chariot pranced among the hoary clouds.
  • The most expeditious way to get through the evening is by humouring me. MURDER IN E MINOR
  • Our judicial system is not renowned for its speedy and expeditious methods and court cases are often bogged down for years.
  • My client wishes to settle this matter quietly, inexpensively and expeditiously.
  • They recommended expeditious evaluation of these patients, including a history, a physical examination, and electrocardiography.
  • The result has been a form of social constipation, a culture of non-performance in regard to expeditious implementation.
  • This coordination enabled support to be provided expeditiously and effectively.
  • But the one thing that -- for me, from a psychological point of view, that points -- that makes some sense out of this is these Web sites were the Web sites of a person who had a kind of expeditious agenda in terms of getting rich quickly, you know, sort of phoning it in, making things happen quickly. CNN Transcript Jan 25, 2006
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