- effective temperature,
Origin of effectual
Examples from the Web for effectually
An under-valued Chinese currency bars American products and services as effectually as a tariff barrier.
If you are determined to expel all comfort from your house, be a Drunkard; and you will soon do it effectually.Select Temperance Tracts|American Tract Society
The Press also acts most effectually as a modern substitute for the pillory.A History of Police in England|W. L. Melville Lee
And now Napoleon Buonaparte and a stopped clock had between them managed the business for her effectually.Regiment of Women|Clemence Dane
This repetition of his 'Yvonne Rupert' experience sobered him effectually.Ghetto Comedies|Israel Zangwill
A long term of apprenticeship restrains it more indirectly, but as effectually, by increasing the expense of education.
late 14c., Old French effectuel, from Late Latin effectualis, from Latin effectus "accomplishment, performance" (see effect (n.)). Used properly of actions (not agents) and with a sense "having the effect aimed at." Related: Effectually; effectuality.