Forget about President Obama expediting U.S. troop withdrawals from Afghanistan this year.
You would think that the Pentagon brass would be expediting the full opening of a new brain trauma facility in Bethesda, Maryland.
If you chuse to adopt the letter as it is, I send you a translation for the sake of expediting the business.
Remain as you are, monsieur, and give the time to expediting our supper.
Application of the whole of each year's fees to the expediting of that year's business would be simple justice.
After this go into Committee, and succeed in not expediting progress.
Special arrangements have been made for expediting fish traffic on all railways.
If this were really the only object, then every plan for expediting the acquisition would be received with grateful approbation.
I have no means for expediting your march: but I recommend you should employ your time with our pupil.
For the judiciary, provisions were made for expediting trials and decisions.
late 15c. (implied in past participle expedit), from Latin expeditus, past participle of expedire "extricate, disengage, liberate; procure, make ready, make fit, prepare," literally "free the feet from fetters," hence "liberate from difficulties," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + *pedis "fetter, chain for the feet," related to pes (genitive pedis) "foot" (see foot). Cf. Greek pede "fetter." Related: Expedited; expediting.