Definition of Ineffectiveness

1. Noun. Lacking the power to be effective.




Definition of Ineffectiveness

1. n. Quality of being ineffective.

Definition of Ineffectiveness

1. Noun. The condition of being ineffective ¹

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Definition of Ineffectiveness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ineffectiveness

ineducability
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ineffabilities
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ineffableness
ineffablenesses
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ineffaceability
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ineffectiveness (current term)
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ineffervescence
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inefficacies
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inefficaciousness
inefficacy
inefficiencies
inefficiency

Literary usage of Ineffectiveness

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1. City Government in the United States by Frank Johnson Goodnow (1904)
"Its ineffectiveness has been particularly marked in the financial ... The ineffectiveness of the legislative control is seen also in other directions. ..."

2. City Government in the United States by Frank Johnson Goodnow (1908)
"The ineffectiveness of the legislative control is seen also in other directions. Thus the attempt of the legislature to control the action of cities in the ..."

3. The diplomatic protection of citizens abroad or the law of international claims by Edwin Montefiore Borchard (1915)
"Its ineffectiveness in Preventing Interposition. Practice of the United States. In some cases, however, interposition has been made dependent upon the ..."

4. Handbook on the Construction and Interpretation of the Laws by Henry Campbell Black (1911)
"f PRESUMPTION AGAINST ineffectiveness 47. It is presumed that the legislature intends to impart to its enactments such a meaning as will render them ..."

5. William George Ward and the Catholic Revival by Wilfrid Philip Ward (1893)
"... to cast your eye on it I cannot doubt that you will think it as simply mischievous (except for its ineffectiveness) as any production can possibly be. ..."

6. The Struggle for Missouri by John McElroy (1909)
"FREMONT'S MARVELOUS ineffectiveness. GEN. STERLING PRICE had scored a victory which gave him an enduring hold upon the confidence and esteem of the ..."

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