effects[ ih-fekts ]SEE DEFINITION OF effects
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EFFECTS
A modern example of the effects it is capable of is recorded by Tartini.
He is never downright intoxicated, and never free from the effects of liquor.
Now, this is not the ordinary man's experience of passion and its effects.
I knew she was overloaded, and was afraid of the effects of a gale.
Miss Howe rallies her on the effects this intelligence must have upon her generosity.
All inferences from experience, therefore, are effects of custom, not of reasoning7.
All effects follow not with like certainty from their supposed causes.
You allow, that this is an argument drawn from effects to causes.
He believed that forms of government are never universal in their effects.
She had come back, paid her bill, and taken away her effects.