ineffectiveness

[ in-i-fek-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF ineffectiveness

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Now, at last, he had no cunning, and he was hazily conscious of his ineffectiveness.

In the diagram, Fig. 108, the ineffectiveness of the thrust is shown at those points.

The result of half-knowledge is always flabbiness and ineffectiveness.

To the want of balance was chiefly due the ineffectiveness of these hints.

The worst feature of the experiment was its ineffectiveness.

Locke was not the only person who exposed the ineffectiveness of governors.

Here, I think, is where much of the ineffectiveness of courses in argument is to be found.

This at once shows its ineffectiveness as a process of learning.

Seeing the ineffectiveness of carrying on the conversation when they were not face to face, John waited till she returned.

Starting from the new conditions, he devised other means, as we shall see, for reducing Beaulieu to ineffectiveness.

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