Inefficaciously
Inefficaciously In*ef`fi*ca"cious*ly, adv. Without efficacy or effect. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • inefficaciously — adverb see inefficacious …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • inefficaciously — See inefficacious. * * * …   Universalium

  • inefficaciously — adv. without the ability to produce the desired results …   English contemporary dictionary

  • inefficaciously — in·efficaciously …   English syllables

  • inefficaciously — adverb in an ineffective manner he dealt with the problem rather ineffectively • Syn: ↑ineffectively • Ant: ↑effectively (for: ↑ineffectively), ↑efficaciously …   Useful english dictionary

  • inefficacious — inefficaciously, adv. inefficaciousness, inefficacity /in ef i kas i tee/, n. /in ef i kay sheuhs/, adj. not able to produce the desired effect; ineffective. [1650 60; IN 3 + EFFICACIOUS] * * * …   Universalium

  • ineffectively — adverb in an ineffective manner (Freq. 1) he dealt with the problem rather ineffectively • Syn: ↑inefficaciously • Ant: ↑effectively, ↑efficaciously (for: ↑inefficacio …   Useful english dictionary

  • inefficacious — adjective Date: 1658 lacking the power to produce a desired effect ; ineffective • inefficaciously adverb • inefficaciousness noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • inefficaciousness — See inefficaciously. * * * …   Universalium

  • Cursing — • In its popular acceptation cursing is often confounded, especially in the phrase cursing and swearing , with the use of profane and insulting language; in canon law it sometimes signifies the ban of excommunication pronounced by the Church… …   Catholic encyclopedia

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