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expedient

 

expedient

 

ik-SPEE-dee-ent (‘ent’ as in ‘payment’)

 

adjective

  1. (of an action) convenient and practical although possibly improper or immoral
  2. (of an action) suitable or appropriate

noun

  1. a means of attaining an end, especially one that is convenient but possibly improper or immoral

‘Zero’s expedient methods worried the Black Knights.’

 

synonyms:

convenient, advantageous, profitable, practical

antonyms:

inexpedient, ill-advised

variants:

expedients, inexpedient

 

Why hello there! I am so tired. How I miss the good old days when due dates were far away enough that I could procrastinate…

 

ellipsis

2 comments

damnedmonkey

Oh, a due date's tomorrow and I'm procrastinating like hell. That art style is not dead.

14th Mar, 19
ellipsis

I was procrastinating my science assignment by signing up to a science journal newsletter, even though I find science journals tedious. The things procrastination does to us.

14th Mar, 19