effete[ ih-feet ]SEE DEFINITION OF effete
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EFFETE
No mistaking you for anything but what you are—the sickly product of an effete civilisation.
Only look at the theological quiddities of effete scholasticism.
They call us rough, and we try to get even by terming them effete.
In fine, it will become old and effete, no less truly than the individual.
She scorned the suggestion that a bath-room be added; an effete idea.
Or was it that those other girls beside her elbow were effete and colourless?
For the Corporation of the City of London is so effete that we have no sympathy for it!
"They regard it as the swan-song of the effete British," said O'Rane.
Think of that, ye who talk of the uncommercialism of effete Europe!
The effete and placid Thedor was supported by a Douma (Council) of five.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR EFFETE
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