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The practice of prefacing a story with a brief written summary developed to help street hawkers sell their wares more effectively.

I might have more power than you, but if you wield it more effectively you might exercise more influence in certain settings.

The more you do something, the more available that pathway is, so you may be able to use your brain resources more effectively.

Liquid water tends to trap heat more effectively than ice, which in turn discourages the future formation of ice.

If we want to act more effectively in the world,” Wolf says, “we have to get to know ourselves better.

Men cost less than oxen or asses, and their strength could be applied more effectively.

Probably her artistic instincts suggested that a dark background would set off more effectively her own glorious luminousness.

They had speech that enabled them more effectively to reason, and in addition they understood cooperation.

He had learned long ago that he could introduce himself more effectively than any one else.

Mark Twain wrote frequently on the subject, though never more effectively than in this particular instance.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to more effectively, such as: more, finer, greater, in a superior way, more advantageously, and more attractively.

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