expeditious


ex·pe·di·tious

adjective \ˌek-spə-ˈdi-shəs\

: acting or done in a quick and efficient way

Full Definition of EXPEDITIOUS

:  marked by or acting with prompt efficiency
ex·pe·di·tious·ly adverb
ex·pe·di·tious·ness noun

Examples of EXPEDITIOUS

  1. <a company that is well-regarded for its expeditious handling of any request or complaint>

First Known Use of EXPEDITIOUS

1599

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