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- n. The state of being expeditious; celerity, rapidity or speed
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being expeditious; quickness; expedition.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the property of being prompt and efficient
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Maybe because a retreat to "expeditiousness" doesn't feel like an argument you'd support.
He is to have full access to all of your findings, and you all are to consider his inquiries with the expeditiousness that you do mine.
Here is one of the fronts in this new foreign policy, strengthened by Obama's pressure for expeditiousness (once a decision has been made) that is already transforming the implementation of policy.
It could also be run “informally” so that the expeditiousness of the project is a benefit to all.
Imagine that you are periodically forced to drop to the ground, remove your clothes, and that you are punished for moving with insufficient expeditiousness.
Provide us with appropriate modalities for coming, with all deliberate expeditiousness, to closure, unless otherwise agreed between the parties.
Christine Hardman's comments about the characteristic slapdash expeditiousness of the Church of England's methods will ring bells in many quarters, I'm sure.
And, finally, capitulation for the sake of expeditiousness is not the right path; Parenting was a much better name than any alternative we had.
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He was not a man to stand on ceremony when action would better suit, though I thought it likely that the fraying of his temper at Prince Charles's actions, and a desire to escape the company of O'Sullivan, were more responsible for his coming in person to meet Jamie than any desire either for expeditiousness or confidentiality.
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