inefficacy[ in-ef-i-kuh-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF inefficacy
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In the man's emphasis the girl realized at last the inefficacy of her efforts to combat his will.
It taught the efficacy of cruising—the inefficacy of fleets.
All experience of their inefficacy does not in the least discourage them.
But on that night he felt the inefficacy of conventional antidotes to melancholy.
In the course of my argument I shall show the inefficacy of the confederation.
The countenance of Camilla soon betrayed, to his inquiring eyes, the inefficacy of the Tunbridge journey.
Have we not already experienced the inefficacy of a system without power?
This is almost demonstrable from the inefficacy of requisitions, and from the necessity of converting them into acts of authority.
A sermon on the inefficacy of the prayer of faith without submission to God's better wisdom.
Gentlemen assign as a reason why the embargo should be removed, its inefficacy—that it has not answered the contemplated purpose.