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effectual definition

  • adjective:
    • Producing or enough to make a desired result; fully sufficient. See Synonyms at effective.
    • creating the desired result; totally adequate.
    • yielding, or having sufficient power or force to make, an intended result; sufficient; efficient; operative; decisive.
    • creating or effective at creating an intended result or having a striking result
    • having legal effectiveness or force
    • Producing or sufficient to create a desired result; totally adequate. See Synonyms at effective.
    • making the intended result; totally adequate.
    • creating, or having adequate power or force to make, an intended impact; sufficient; efficient; operative; definitive.
    • creating or with the capacity of creating an intended result or having a striking result
    • having appropriate effectiveness or power
  • others:
    • making a result, or perhaps the result desired or intended; in addition, loosely, having adequate power or force to create the result: because, the means used had been effectual.
    • True; veracious.
    • making an impact, or perhaps the effect desired or meant; also, loosely, having sufficient power or power to make the result: as, the means employed had been effectual.
    • True; veracious.
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