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Correct spelling:
To free from impediments: to hasten: to send forth.


accelerate, assist, discharge, dispatch, facilitate, further, hasten, hurry, precipitate, press, promote, quicken, speed up, step up, hurry through.
accelerate, advance, facilitate, further, hasten, hurry, promote, quicken.
aid, assist, ease, encourage, simplify.
bustle, flurry, hustle, push, rush, speed, spur, urge.
implement, intervene, mediate.
make happen faster
accelerate, advance, assist, dispatch, facilitate, forward, hasten, hurry, precipitate, press, promote, quicken, railroad, rush, speed, speed up, urge, fast track, shoot through, cut the red tape, grease wheels, hand-carry, hand-walk, handle personally, run interference, run with the ball, walk it through.
expedite, hasten.
Examples of usage:
  1. He knew, in fact, that other French troops marching up from Verona would take these new foes in the rear; and though Junot and his horsemen failed to cut their way through so as to expedite their approach, yet speedily a French regiment burst through the encircling line and joined in the final attack which drove these last assailants from the heights south of Rivoli, and later on compelled them to surrender. – The Life of Napoleon I (Volumes, 1 and 2) by John Holland Rose
  2. It was not now fear that he experienced, it was the overwrought sense of mortal enmity- the consciousness that a man may feel who knows that the eye of a tiger is on him, and who, while in suspense he has regained his courage, foresees that sooner or later the spring must come; the suspense itself becomes an agony, and he desires to expedite the deadly struggle he cannot shun. – Ernest Maltravers, Complete by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  3. The Guardian hopes you will be able to expedite all these matters, as he feels, as I have written previously, there is no time to be lost, if the Temple is to be completed before the close of the Ten Year Crusade. – The Light of Divine Guidance (Volume 1) by Shoghi Effendi
  4. It may be imagined that this system of government was not of a nature to expedite business, however swiftly it might fill the duke's coffers. – Project Gutenberg History of The Netherlands, 1555-1623, Complete by John Lothrop Motley
  5. He left me in an antechamber, and went within, promising, by his manner, to expedite the business, and intimating an expectation of schnaps on his return. – Incidents of Travel in Greece, Turkey, Russia, and Poland, 7th ed. Vol. 2 of 2 by John Lloyd Stephens