Expeditious [adjective]

Definition of Expeditious:

immediate, speedy

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Sentence/Example of Expeditious:

We really feel like we can be more expeditious and get more shots in arms.

“The chief medical officer, by reaching out to the most senior officials within each state, seeks the most expeditious path for vaccinations for our geographically distributed workforce,” Langston said in an email.

“Individuals who tested positive were moved in the most expeditious and safe manner to a specialized containment area on the evacuation aircraft,” a State Department spokesperson said in a written response.

By such hitherto unknown simplicity and address diplomacy at Tilsit was rendered most expeditious.

I then called the Rude Associates on the phone; it seemed more expeditious than writing.

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

And when she did not speak he added: "You set me so fine an example in expeditious forgetting, remember, I had to profit by it."

Intent upon her own thoughts, she listened to nothing that was said, but frequently urged Marriott to be expeditious.

I asked him if he ever had found occasion to regret such an expeditious way of settling the matter.

He could have easily forced it, but he preferred a more expeditious mode of reaching the roof which suggested itself to him.