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Correct spelling for EFFECTELY
We think the word effectely is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for effectely
- Effect(Definition of effect)
- Affectedly(Definition of affectedly)
- Perfectly(Definition of perfectly)
- Erectly(Definition of erectly)
- Effectual(Definition of effectual)
- Effects(Definition of effects)
- Effectually(Definition of effectually)
- Effectively(Definition of effectively)
Its effect upon her was singular.
Ask me why I don't change the subject Justify, but it has no effect– Sink My Boats by Ian Dury & The Blockheads
The vivacious nymph appeared to have affectedly run from him on the stairs-doubtless in freakish return for some liberal advances-but had suffered herself to be overtaken at last ere too late; and on the instant israel caught sight of her, was with an insincere air of rosy resentment, receiving a roguish pinch on the arm, and a still more roguish salute on the cheek.
The refractory young brood down there were being kept well in hand, and it was entirely owing to his effectual measures that they had contented themselves with that one whistle.
The crew were saved, but my effects went with the cargo to the bottom.
Ahaz had died in 721, the year in which sargon the great captured samaria, after a two year's siege, and effectually reduced the kingdom of israel.
At the end of a week, however, with their further progress, her young friend had effectively answered the question and given her the impression, indistinct indeed as yet, of something that had a reality compared with which the nervous explanation would have been coarse.
Here, too, at once, was explained the pretended barnard's desire of concealment, and the vigilance with which it had been effected.