Expedient [adjective]

Definition of Expedient:

worthwhile, appropriate

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Sentence/Example of Expedient:

After all, they reasoned, Burr was an expedient politician who would defect to the party that thrust him into power.

Machine learning provides an equitable, precise, and expedient capability to allocate our precious vaccine supplies.

Walling America off—whether physically, economically, or digitally—is expedient, but it is the ultimate self-defeating move for a 21st-century power that relies on international interconnectedness.

I beseech your Majesty to be pleased to have executed immediately what is most expedient for the royal service in this matter.

But, after all, perhaps it might be easier and more expedient if he were to appear to accept the Seneschal's statement.

Probably his retreat would be cut off by some similar device, so the bolder expedient of an advance offered the better chance.

He trusted that what might be done in this matter be most expedient for the service of the king our sovereign.

Yet all this was beside the main point, which was that the action of Congress, whether expedient or not, was illegal.

In the present instance an expedient flashed through his brain which might, or might not, succeed.

Now Caiaphas was he that gave counsel to the Jews, that it was expedient that one man should die for the people.