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- adv. In an expedite manner; expeditiously.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In expedite manner; expeditiously.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
It would be sooner done, quoth Panurge, and more expeditely, if we should try the matter at the chance of three fair dice.
But an opinion which is opposed by a more probable opinion is not truly and expeditely probable, since its arguments are annulled by more potent opposing arguments and cannot in consequence gain the assent of a prudent man.
The first was accomplished expeditely in the little tobacconist's shop under the arcade, where the purchase of a box of Minghetti cigars promised later solace.
He put himself into the garb of a servant, to do it: he laid aside his loose and upper garments, that he might apply himself to this service the more expeditely.