Expediency in a sentence as a noun

You just have to remember that, at this point, expediency is the main factor.

Improving the expediency by which the legal system can provide justice is the right approach.

This ban is, as far as I've been able to tell, racism arising from political expediency.

A company that deliberately allows them to thrive for supposed project expediency gains has no right to use the motto: Don't Be Evil.

" and ".." were allocated actual directory entries and were returned when reading the directory, rather than just being handled by the kernel when parsing pathnames seems like the original sin of expediency here.

Copyright as it is is only a particular choice, but matters of personal freedom are things we take to be deeply rooted, and not submissive to merely commercial expediency.

For instance, the military aid that we render to foreign nations in time of natural catastrophes is second to none, particularly in terms of expediency, logistics and supplies.

Google should try to understand how unique human interactions can make a contact center/email experience that much easier, instead of dehumanizing these moments for the sake of expediency.

It's always been a centralized technology with a controller that's free to do whatever it pleases with your data, either for their own gain or simply out of expediency - any sane hacker should have been recommending avoiding Dropbox and its ilk this whole time.

I've lost track of how many times I've been overridden in the name of expediency and "no one would do that".It isn't funny that thousands of innocent people are put at risk just to get past the false claims and denials put out by people who supposedly should know better.

Arguments of short term expediency, the threats of Boston loser wackos with backpacks with pressure cookers, Jihaders with chembio in public places, or well funded efforts to sneak a nuke into a major US city will not be seen as repealing the Bill of Rights or even one comma in the Constitution.

Justice Black, who wrote the Reid opinion[1], did so in terms which are very much applicable to the current situation: The concept that the Bill of Rights and other constitutional protections against arbitrary government are inoperative when they become inconvenient or when expediency dictates otherwise is a very dangerous doctrine and, if allowed to flourish, would destroy the benefit of a written Constitution and undermine the basis of our Government.

Expediency definitions


the quality of being suited to the end in view

See also: expedience