efficaciously

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an efficacious manner; effectually.

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  • adverb In an efficacious manner

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb in an effective manner

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Examples

  • For an exercise in point of view like The Kindly Ones to work most efficaciously, itought to commit itself fully to the discourse of the narrator, and in my opinion the narrative doubling introduced by the Orestes story detracts from that commitment.

    December 2009

  • Students can be taught to read more efficaciously, however, thus sending them on their "open path" more prepared to find what they're looking for and better able to determine what's worth reading and taking seriously in the first place.

    Literary Study

  • It is thus that we will be able to contribute efficaciously to the evangelization asked for by the Savior (cf. Matthew, 28,19-20).

    Ecumenism

  • For an exercise in point of view like The Kindly Ones to work most efficaciously, itought to commit itself fully to the discourse of the narrator, and in my opinion the narrative doubling introduced by the Orestes story detracts from that commitment.

    Translated Texts

  • Nonetheless, his power to move us by attraction, the arranging of circumstances, the example of others, the holy inspiration that comes from the reading of Scripture, interior grace that conveys the delectatio spoken of by Augustine — these and many other ways are some of the means by which he reigns efficaciously over intelligent creatures.

    Scripture

  • Nothing conveys the Word of God as efficaciously as the Chant of the Church:

    Singing Priests of Tulsa

  • Restoration of the Liturgy of the Dead to a place of honour, observance of the custom of Vigils and Lauds, giving greater solemnity to the funeral services, and getting the faithful to assist thereat, thus efficaciously combating the de-christianising of the rite of the dead.

    Dom Lambert Beauduin's 1914 Programme for the Liturgical Movement: Foundational Principles for a New Liturgical Movement

  • Doctor (Mr Young) talks of good wine and the Country; the former the tax gatherers have interdicted, and the latter is all against me as to season, and the power of efficaciously enjoying it.

    Letter 246

  • It is thus that we will be able to contribute efficaciously to the evangelization asked for by the Savior (cf. Matthew, 28,19-20).

    Communiqué from Bishop Bernard Fellay Regarding the Papal Letter to the Bishops

  • Moreover, Derrida's critical method -- and the method that could most efficaciously be adopted from his approach -- was not all that radical, at least not in the way that too many of his acolytes wanted it to be.

    Philosophy and Literature

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