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Definition of "effectuation" [ef•fec•tu•a•tion]

  • An act of effectuating. (noun)

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Use "effectuation" in a sentence
  • "The defendant may waive effectuation of these rights, provided the waiver is made voluntarily, knowingly and intelligently."
  • "But the trade unions are preparing for vigorous opposition of the sort that has so far prevented the effectuation of promised mergers and closures of hundreds of state organizations."
  • "Most strikingly, in the belief that the wider dissemination of the Kabbalah would speed up the effectuation of the messianic project, the Sabbateans were systematically teaching it to their women, especially the esoteric Zohar, in which only a small, exclusively male elite would traditionally have been initiated."