(Phrases). Much ado about nothing; much cry and little wool.

    (Adverbs). Uselessly, etc., to no purpose.

  • Specific subservience.
  • Expedience (Substantives), expediency, fitness, suitableness, suitability, aptness, aptitude, appropriateness, pertinence, seasonableness 134, adaptation, congruity, consonance 23, convenience, eligibility, applicability, seemliness, rightness.

    (Verbs). To be expedient, etc.

    To suit, fit, square with, adapt itself to, agree with, consort with, accord with, tally with, conform with, go with, do for.

    (Adjectives). Expedient, fit, fitting, worth while, suitable, applicable, eligible, apt, appropriate, adapted, proper, advisable, desirable, pertinent, congruous, seemly, consonant, becoming, meet, due, consentaneous, congenial, well-timed, pat, seasonable, opportune, apropos, befitting, happy, felicitous, auspicious, acceptable, etc., convenient, commodious, right.

    (Phrases). Being just the thing; being as well; operœ pretium est.

  • Inexpedience (Substantives), inexpediency, disadvantageousness, unserviceableness, disservice, unfitness, inaptitude, ineptitude, ineligibility, inappropriateness, impropriety, unseemliness, incongruity, impertinence, inopportuneness, unseasonableness.
  • Inconvenience, incommodiousness, incommodity, discommodity, disadvantage.

    Inefficacy, inefficiency, inadequacy.

    (Verbs). To be inexpedient, etc., to embarrass, cumber, lumber, handicap, etc.

    (Adjectives). Inexpedient, disadvantageous, unprofitable, unfit, unfitting, unsuitable, amiss, improper, unapt, inept, unadvisable, ineligible, objectionable, inadmissible, unseemly, inopportune, unseasonable, inefficient, inefficacious, inadequate.

    Inconvenient, incommodious, in the way, cumbrous, cumbersome, lumbering, unwieldy, unmanageable, awkward, clumsy.

  • Capability of producing good.
  • Goodness (Substantives), excellence, value, worth, price, preciousness, estimation, rareness, exquisiteness; masterpiece, chef-d'œuvre.

    Superexcellence, superiority, supereminence, transcendence, perfection 650, élite.

    Mediocrity651,innocuousness, harmlessness, inoffensiveness.

    (Verbs). To be good, etc.; to be superior, etc., to excel, transcend, top, vie, emulate 708.

    To be middling, etc. 651; to pass, to do.

    (Phrases). To challenge comparison; probatum est; to pass muster; to speak well for.

    To produce good, benefit, etc., to benefit, to be beneficial, etc., to confer a benefit, etc., to improve 658.

    (Adjectives). Harmless, innocuous, innoxious, unoffending, inoffensive, unobjectionable.

    Good, beneficial, valuable, estimable, serviceable, advantageous, precious, favourable, palmary, felicitous, propitious.

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