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Definition of "ineffectively" [in•ef•fect•ive•ly]

  • In an ineffective manner. (adverb)

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Use "ineffectively" in a sentence
  • "Clinton used in ineffectively, but nevertheless used it several times."
  • "If only the bloggers whose words seem so compelling were the ones sending us e-mail: 34 percent of workers surveyed by Information Mapping, Inc. reported wasting thirty to sixty minutes a day trying to interpret "ineffectively" written messages."
  • "Even more interesting, and perhaps more motivating to those teachers among us, is the fact that 34% of workers surveyed in another study reported wasting 30-60 minutes per day trying to interpret "ineffectively" written email messages."
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