expedient

Agreeable vs Expedient - What's the difference?

agreeable | expedient | Related terms |

Agreeable is a related term of expedient.


As nouns the difference between agreeable and expedient

is that agreeable is something pleasing; anything that is agreeable while expedient is expedient.

As an adjective agreeable

is pleasing, either to the mind or senses; pleasant; grateful.

As a verb expedient is

.

Expedient vs Apposite - What's the difference?

expedient | apposite | Related terms |

Expedient is a related term of apposite.


As nouns the difference between expedient and apposite

is that expedient is expedient while apposite is (rare) something that is.

As a verb expedient

is .

As an adjective apposite is

appropriate, relevant, well-suited; fit.

Expedient vs Estimable - What's the difference?

expedient | estimable | Related terms |

Expedient is a related term of estimable.


As a noun expedient

is expedient.

As a verb expedient

is .

As an adjective estimable is

worthy of esteem; admirable.

Expedient vs Grand - What's the difference?

expedient | grand | Related terms |

Expedient is a related term of grand.


As a noun expedient

is expedient.

As a verb expedient

is .

As a proper noun grand is

a commune in france.

Expedient vs Practical - What's the difference?

expedient | practical | Synonyms |

Expedient is a synonym of practical.


As nouns the difference between expedient and practical

is that expedient is expedient while practical is (british) a part of an exam or series of exams in which the candidate has to demonstrate their practical ability.

As a verb expedient

is .

As an adjective practical is

based on practice or action rather than theory or hypothesis.

Reliable vs Expedient - What's the difference?

reliable | expedient | Related terms |

Reliable is a related term of expedient.


As nouns the difference between reliable and expedient

is that reliable is something or someone or dependable while expedient is expedient.

As an adjective reliable

is suitable]] or fit to be [[rely on|relied on; worthy of dependence or reliance; trustworthy.

As a verb expedient is

.

Becoming vs Expedient - What's the difference?

becoming | expedient | Related terms |

Becoming is a related term of expedient.


As verbs the difference between becoming and expedient

is that becoming is while expedient is .

As nouns the difference between becoming and expedient

is that becoming is (chiefly|philosophy) the act or process in which something becomes while expedient is expedient.

As an adjective becoming

is pleasingly suitable; fit; congruous.

Sordid vs Expedient - What's the difference?

sordid | expedient |


As an adjective sordid

is dirty or squalid.

As a noun expedient is

expedient.

As a verb expedient is

.

Applicable vs Expedient - What's the difference?

applicable | expedient |


As an adjective applicable

is suitable for application, relevant.

As a noun expedient is

expedient.

As a verb expedient is

.

Expedient vs Articulate - What's the difference?

expedient | articulate |


As nouns the difference between expedient and articulate

is that expedient is expedient while articulate is (label) an animal of the subkingdom articulata.

As verbs the difference between expedient and articulate

is that expedient is while articulate is to make clear or effective.

As an adjective articulate is

clear, effective.

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