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Spell check of effectual

Correct spelling: effectual

all-purpose, strong, principle, imperious, at hand, convenient, profound, helpful, legal, effective, potent, practical, impelling, valuable, fruitful, utilitarian, versatile, handy, good, beneficial, telling, intelligent, commanding, well-grounded, utilizable, expedient, impressive, reusable, sound, authoritative, available, in effect, employable, commodious, essential, binding, consequential, adequate, valid, practicable, masterful, important, wakeless, arrogant, applied, multipurpose, instrumental, thrive, applicable, dictatorial, suitable, autocratic, levelheaded, fitting, rough-and-ready, functional, qualified, appropriate, hard-hitting, authoritarian, powerful, productive, advantageous, in force, heavy, useful, reasoned, healthy, usable, efficacious, operative, trenchant, influential, level-headed, efficient, serviceable.

idle, useless, unfruitful, abortive, ineffective, unproductive, unskilled, inexperienced, hollow, pointless, incompetent, fruitless, unavailing, counterproductive, inexpert, bootless, unskillful, empty, ineffectual, unqualified, invalid, inefficient, unsuccessful, incapable, unseasoned, inoperative, unprofitable, worthless, uneffective, vain, futile.

Examples of usage:

1) Even the measure of the required intervention is no way less, for if its purpose is to preserve some essential of full normal manhood, its only limit is that of being effectual to serve the purpose. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

2) The only danger is that they would not prove effectual, and would address themselves to false causes. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

3) He had no faith in her ability to make an effectual departure from Saloniki. - "Command", William McFee.