efficaciously

[ ef-i-key-shuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF efficaciously
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Only one here can tell him efficaciously what he must hear, and that is Cayrol.

Yet small as are the variations, they act most efficaciously on certain minds.

He learns to manage his genius more prudently and efficaciously.

Any generation that wants to can do well, but it must want to do efficaciously.

This I hinted to L——, and his own susceptibility had hinted it to him efficaciously before I spoke.

Nothing has contributed so efficaciously, for some years past, to the progress of the native English drama.

Ivan felt but little inconvenience from his wound; the aged Hagar having treated it so efficaciously.

We have not been able to preserve them efficaciously for the future, or to ruminate over them again and again.

All the sartorial ingenuity of mankind has not yet succeeded in sewing an apron that will efficaciously hide our sense of shame.

It covertly but most efficaciously undermined the customs which it pretended merely to interpret.

WORD ORIGIN

"sure to have the desired effect" (often of medicines), 1520s, from Latin efficaci-, stem of efficax (see efficacy) + -ous. Related: Efficaciously; efficaciousness.

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