Expedient in a sentence

Use Expedient in a sentence


Meaning: [adjective]convenient; practical, helping to solve a problem (sometimes immorally);

Novel and expedient methods are needed to deal with managing Earth’s ecosystem problems.

An expedient method to find a person’s address is to submit a search to a powerful nation-wide address lookup service.

The party members criticized the agreement as politically expedient and inconsistent with core party principles.

He joined on us and led us to the oil slick, that being the most expedient method to get to the crash site at the time.
It was done in the most expedient way but not the best.

So in Florida, backing Medicaid expansion may become the politically expedient thing for the Republican.

When he was broke, Bacon found that by the simple expedient of rent-dodging and petty theft, he could manage a reasonable economy.

Typically, selling an asset for cash is the most expedient way to realise an asset’s value.

When we began to approach with our troops, the Germans thought it expedient to remove the evidence of their crime.