expedited

adjective
ex·​pe·​dit·​ed | \ ˈek-spə-ˌdī-təd How to pronounce expedited (audio) \

Definition of expedited

: accelerated or sped up : promptly executed The so-called "Registered Traveler" program is designed to allow those who have submitted personal information, been fingerprinted and then been given a security clearance to bypass regular crowded security lines and move through their own expedited checkpoints.— Scott McCartney

First Known Use of expedited

1845, in the meaning defined above

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