effect[ ih-fekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF effect
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EFFECT
I could keep only the effect of its expression and the few tones of your voice I heard.
How little has been the effect of this example on the conduct of the enemy!
How were they to effect these apparently incompatible objects?
But he has played so many of these jokes that they begin to lose their effect.
If it were, to whom could I appeal with effect against a husband?
Mr. Gladstone defended the ministerial action with spirit and effect.
The depression in business also had its effect upon the country.
But what would be the effect of the other discovery we have imagined?
Why, truly, his last will shewed what effect your smooth obligingness had upon him!
Once he was about to throw open the door and try the effect of a surprise attack.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EFFECT
- break ground
- break the ice
- bring about
- bring to pass
- embark on
- enter on
- enter upon
- get going
- give birth to
- give impulse
- go ahead
- go into
- lay foundation for
- make active
- plunge into
- set about
- set in motion
- set up