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expedient suitable or advantageous for the purpose or in the circumstances. [4 definitions]
expedite to send off, facilitate the progress of, or accomplish with speed and efficiency. [2 definitions]
expedition an outing or journey taken for a specific purpose, or the organized group, with its equipment and conveyances, undertaking such a trip. [2 definitions]
expeditionary pertaining to, constituting, or used in a trip undertaken for a specific purpose, esp. a military expedition.
expeditious prompt and efficient.
expel to put or drive out forcibly. [2 definitions]
expend to use up. [2 definitions]
expendable subject to being disposed or consumed. [4 definitions]
expenditure the act of paying out or expending. [2 definitions]
expense something given or paid out, such as money, effort, or time, esp. in return for something else; cost. [4 definitions]
expense account a record of an employee's expenditures that will be paid or paid back by the employer, or a specified amount of such allowable expenditures.
expensive costing a relatively large amount of money, time, or effort; costly. [2 definitions]
experience a particular situation or event that one has encountered or lived through. [6 definitions]
experienced wise or knowledgeable as a result of accumulating experience.
experiential pertaining to or based on experience rather than theory; empirical.
experiment a test or trial to discover something unknown, esp. a scientific one to test a hypothesis. [3 definitions]
experimental of or related to a test, trial, or experiment. [2 definitions]
experimentation the act, process, or practice of running tests, trials, or experiments.
expert one who is very skilled in or knowledgeable about a particular thing. [3 definitions]
expertise expert knowledge or skill; expertness.
expiate to atone or make amends for (a sin, crime, offense, or the like).