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Example sentences for expedient

The timing does seem mighty expedient.
We can afford to focus on not getting by with the expedient.
He made his decision on what is best for the country rather than what is politically expedient.
He is quite content to go along on an issue he knows to be wrong — if that is the expedient thing to do.
Science can't give us meaning, but it can be an expedient.
That sort of expedient partisanship is a poor reason for reversing the law.
In fact, that person is making a reasonable and an expedient decision.
For every reckless and expedient act, there are others of leadership and vision.
He saw the light when it became politically expedient.
But surely there must be a more expedient method.

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