Definition of Inefficaciousness

1. Noun. A lack of efficacy.

Exact synonyms: Inefficacy
Generic synonyms: Ineffectiveness, Ineffectuality, Ineffectualness
Derivative terms: Inefficacious
Antonyms: Efficacy



Definition of Inefficaciousness

1. n. Want of effect, or of power to produce the effect; inefficacy.

Definition of Inefficaciousness

1. Noun. Lack of efficacy. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inefficaciousness

ineffaceably
ineffectible
ineffective
ineffectively
ineffectiveness
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ineffectuality
ineffectuall
ineffectually
ineffectualness
ineffervescence
ineffervescent
inefficacies
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inefficaciousness (current term)
inefficacy
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inefficiency
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inefficiently
inefficients
inegalitarian
inegalitarianism
inegalitarians
inelaborate
inelastic
inelastically
inelasticities
inelasticity

Literary usage of Inefficaciousness

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1. Penal Philosophy by Gabriel de Tarde, Rapelje Howell (1912)
"... possibility of legal mistakes, pretended inefficaciousness. Statistics on this subject; their improper interpretation. However, let us admit that this ..."

2. A Dictionary of the English Language by Samuel Johnson, John Walker, Robert S. Jameson (1828)
"inefficaciousness, (in-ef-fe-ka-she- us-nes) ns Want of power to perform the proper effect. INEFFICACY, (ra-ef-fe-ka-se) n.». Want of power ; want of effect ..."

3. The Works of Jeremy Bentham by Jeremy Bentham, John Bowring (1843)
"inefficaciousness—renders a punishment unmeet, i. 397. Inequality—a natural condition of mankind, i.361. Infallibility—human—Remarks on, vii. 388. ..."

4. Sketches of Virginia, Historical and Biographical: Historical and Biographical by William Henry Foote (1850)
"... &c.," and as I was deeply sensible of the withdrawing of Divine influences, and the inefficaciousness of the means of grace without them, ..."

5. The American Quarterly Register by American Education Society (1837)
"... and the inefficaciousness of the means of grace without them, my tender passions were frequently moved throughout the sermon, and in the conclusion I ..."

6. Justice and Codification Petitions: Being Forms Proposed for Signature by by Jeremy Bentham (1829)
"So much for needlessness and inefficaciousness. 3. Now as to mischievousness. Of the immense mass of evil constantly flowing from this source, a part, ..."

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