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- adj. Obsolete form of inexpedient.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Inexpedient.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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And, one might guess, this number would be topped up a bit by those who, with the same goals, would consider it unexpedient at the moment to express extreme opinion.
The like also would not be unexpedient after meat to assist and cherish Nature in her first concoction, 57 and send their minds back to study in good tune and satisfaction.
Therefore he had done wrong if he had not circumcised Timothy, since the circumcising of him was according to the rules of the word, and it was expedient to circumcise him, and unexpedient to do otherwise.