Correct spelling for EFEKTIF

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Possible correct spellings for efektif

  • Affect(Definition of affect)
  • This seemed to affect my present critical position, though it in no wise suggested a course of action.

  • Evoked
  • This last memory evoked a little chuckle of laughter.

  • Defective(Definition of defective)
  • Are they perfect or defective?

  • Fictive(Definition of fictive)
  • Effect(Definition of effect)
  • What sort of an effect do you suppose all this business is going to have on siward?

  • Effectual(Definition of effectual)
  • He did not stop to think, he knew that if he were going to do anything effectual it must be in those few brief moments.

  • Effects(Definition of effects)
  • When they arrived downstairs at breakfast-time they were surprised to see what effects had been produced in the large kitchen for their glory since they had last beheld it.

  • Evocative
  • As you drive, hike or bike through laguna canyon, you can view vistas evocative of these paintings.

  • Effecting
  • This letter had been accompanied by rich gifts to his old friend, the major domus of the weak-minded king, and the prefect impatiently waited, day by day, for the reply; the more impatiently because the altered demeanour of mataswintha had cut off all the hopes he had entertained of effecting a more speedy conquest of the goths.

  • Affects
  • The crowning instance of this is middleton's mayor of queenborough; but there are scores and hundreds of others, and dekker specially affects it.

  • Elective(Definition of elective)
  • This programme is elective to the extent that the capacity and previous education of the pupil are considered, and too, the ability of the teacher, local conditions and the time spent by the individual student.

  • Affecting(Definition of affecting)
  • It said that the writer had something of importance affecting my future happiness to say to me, and that i could learn what it was by calling at mr. grell's house about ten.

  • Effected
  • Nothing is more true; but this revelation which is effected without, in the events of nature or of history, is only known within, in and by the human consciousness.

  • Evict(Definition of evict)
  • Lou, i later learned, stayed on till well past eleven, when they finally had to send security to evict him.

  • Effective(Definition of effective)
  • She perhaps thought that her countenance might be more effective than her speech, and in thinking so she was probably right.