Conservatives in this country will undoubtedly pile on the United Nations for its ineffectiveness.
But inefficiency and ineffectiveness are not its only evils.
Here, I think, is where much of the ineffectiveness of courses in argument is to be found.
Now, at last, he had no cunning, and he was hazily conscious of his ineffectiveness.
To the want of balance was chiefly due the ineffectiveness of these hints.
The worst feature of the experiment was its ineffectiveness.
The casualty list of the Battalion afforded happy proof of the ineffectiveness of the enemy.
Locke was not the only person who exposed the ineffectiveness of governors.
Instead he sat silently blinking his eyes and wondering at the persistent air of ineffectiveness in the people who passed.
(p. 257) Roosevelt was scarcely more tolerant of ineffectiveness than he was of dishonesty.