Meaning of expedience in English:

expedience

Pronunciation /ɪkˈspiːdɪəns/ /ɛkˈspiːdɪəns/

noun

See expedient

‘It has shown that it is prepared to abuse the constitution for political convenience and expedience.’
  • ‘This must be challenged by all who believe that democracy is more important than expedience, and that Constitutions must be decided by the people.’
  • ‘An immigration policy is urgently needed, national experts warn, and not one simply based on the economic expedience of cheap available labor.’
  • ‘He said the issue needed cool heads but was currently being raised for political expedience, which he condemned as ‘despicable’.’
  • ‘Speak up and tell your representatives that now is the time for excellence, not expedience.’