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Definition of "expeditiously" []

  • Characterized by or done with speed and efficiency; prompt; quick (adjective)
  • In an expeditious manner (adverb)

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Use "expeditiously" in a sentence
  • "And third, despite the common belief that scientific objectivity and science-based decisions will prevail over the rough-and-tumble world of confrontational politics and competing self-interests, the capacity of scientists to solve environmental issues fairly and expeditiously is usually overestimated."
  • ""It is imperative that you respond to their call expeditiously and favorably," the letter reads."
  • ""Not unlike Pharaoh, the goal was to deal with them wisely and expeditiously, that is before anyone had a chance to really understand what was going on," the paper wrote."