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- n. The condition of being ineffective
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Quality of being ineffective.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being ineffective.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. lacking the power to be effective
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Conference of Review to assess the peace process and what it called the ineffectiveness of peace structures and the negotiation process.
... his ineffectiveness is a serious, perhaps fatal problem for the issues we care about.
The enemy's ineffectiveness is a blessing, she said, and why the attacks continue baffles her.
Despite philandering, murder, and just plain ineffectiveness, they are still treated as Gods by the liberal press.
Republicans have been vocal in criticizing what they call the ineffectiveness of the stimulus package to lower unemployment and jump start the economy.
Her ineffectiveness is bad enough, but her idleness on this issues is destructive.
The statistics underline the long-term ineffectiveness of the criminal justice system at diverting persistent offenders from a life of crime.
But he has compiled an 11.24 ERA this season and his season-long ineffectiveness is more troublesome now that Rolando Arrojo has been shifted from the bullpen to the rotation, replacing Oliver.
The short-term ineffectiveness was confirmed yesterday by Italy's civil protection chief,
The OC considers the long-term ineffectiveness of domestic social policy: