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Correct spelling for EFFECTIENT
We think the word effectient 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 effectient
- Affecting(Definition of affecting)
- Affectionate(Definition of affectionate)
- Effectuate(Definition of effectuate)
- Affected(Definition of affected)
No opportunity whatever was given for any romantic and affecting scenes.
When it was represented to me that the invasion of england would offer a favourable opportunity for effecting a change in the french government, i invariably answered that the senate was the authority to which the whole of france would naturally cling in the time of trouble, and that i would be the first to place myself under its orders.
Your ever grateful and affectionate w. j. don't let up on your own writing, so say we both!
In certain cases, even after reduction has been effected, there is a marked tendency to re-displacement.
In virtue of the divinity of his constituent principles, man has within himself the seed of his own regeneration, and the power to effectuate it. he has in him, this is to say, the potentiality of divinity realisable at will.
Fanny altogether declined to discuss any of the family prospects as they were affected by the accident which had happened.