Expediency in a Sentence 

Definition of Expediency  

a regard for what is helpful or useful in a situation but not necessarily morally right

Examples of Expediency in a sentence

The brazen ads were a source of expediency, shamelessly marketing teens to buy cigarettes.  
Choosing principle of expediency, the actor refused to take part in a film that had scenes he was uncomfortable with regardless of the pay.  
A means to an end, the immigrant’s sham marriage was nothing more than shameless expediency.  
The governor saw bribing the senators as an act of political expediency that had to be done.  
A crooked attorney, Thirsty always chose expediency over what is morally right when selecting clients.  

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