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Correct spelling for EFFECTLY
We think the word effectly 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 effectly
Into the dressing tent burst the boy, followed by larry, the others having brought up sharply just before reaching the dressing room, knowing full well that they had no business there and that their presence would be quickly and effectively resented.
We can't lock up facts that affect the trade; we are bound to report the case at the next general meeting.
Accompanied by the manager and gaffney he left the room, and with him he carried the small hand-bag in which he had placed the dead man's personal effects.
By what means, and with what success, this cure has been effected on ancient writers, is too well known, and needs no formal illustration.
Still, it effectually prevented us from ever trying to break into a house to get food.
You may be affectedly self- conscious, you may imitate the ingenious persons who carefully avoid the natural word, the spontaneous phrase, and employ some other set of terms which can hardly be construed.
But which of these is cause, and which effect?
The effectual mode of relief was to lay the commerce open.