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How to use inefficacy in a sentence
I was excited to read this section, having grown tired of being surrounded by literature and movies that constantly tout young people as the last remaining hope to save the planet, while bemoaning the older generation’s inefficacy and sadness.Joy Williams’s ‘Harrow’ Takes a Jab at Climate Activism | smurguia | December 14, 2021 | Outside Online
A: The relative danger of drunk walking never fails to surprise; nor, sadly, does the relative inefficacy of chemotherapy.
At that moment the crime and inefficacy of bloodshed, in avenging injuries like his, or any injuries, struck upon his soul.The Pastor's Fire-side Vol. 3 of 4 | Jane Porter
Let us no less admire the candor with which they relinquished it, upon discovering its irremediable inefficacy.Orations | John Quincy Adams
In the course of my argument I shall show the inefficacy of the confederation.Nullification, Secession Webster's Argument and the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions | Caleb William Loring
The countenance of Camilla soon betrayed, to his inquiring eyes, the inefficacy of the Tunbridge journey.Camilla | Fanny Burney
Gentlemen assign as a reason why the embargo should be removed, its inefficacy—that it has not answered the contemplated purpose.
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