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synonyms for most efficient

  • able
  • active
  • adequate
  • capable
  • competent
  • decisive
  • dynamic
  • economical
  • energetic
  • potent
  • powerful
  • productive
  • profitable
  • skilled
  • skillful
  • tough
  • useful
  • valuable
  • accomplished
  • adapted
  • apt
  • businesslike
  • clever
  • conducive
  • deft
  • economic
  • effectual
  • efficacious
  • equal to
  • experienced
  • expert
  • familiar with
  • fitted
  • good at
  • good for
  • handy
  • masterly
  • organized
  • practiced
  • proficient
  • qualified
  • ready
  • saving
  • shrewd
  • systematic
  • talented
  • virtuous
  • well-organized
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antonyms for most efficient

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  • delicate
  • fragile
  • idle
  • impotent
  • inactive
  • inadequate
  • incapable
  • incompetent
  • ineffective
  • inept
  • lazy
  • sluggish
  • unable
  • unskilled
  • unskillful
  • useless
  • weak
  • worthless
  • helpless
  • inefficient
  • powerless
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How to use most efficient in a sentence

But the system was unsatisfactory, led to jealousies, weakened discipline, and was not conducive to efficient working.
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Speaking generally, the Dominion railways are highly efficient and serve their purpose well.
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The disciples of Somers maintained that, if it was right to have an army at all, it must be right to have an efficient army.
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If by chance the detritus accumulates rapidly, the slope is steepened and the work of the torrent made more efficient.
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Their labors were so faithful and efficient, that a vote of thanks was tendered them by the Committee.
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He early adopted the profession of arms, and distinguished himself through a long life as a brave and efficient officer.
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The English police, taken as a whole, is unquestionably the most efficient and best disciplined in the world.
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As a result of this act, several county administrative offices were merged for more efficient and economical management.
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Bud did not say anything; your efficient chauffeur reserves his eloquence for something more complex than a dead engine.
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Gertrude had never given him occasion to feel that his guests could have a more efficient hostess than his secretary.
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