An under-valued Chinese currency bars American products and services as effectually as a tariff barrier.
It blew ennui away as effectually as a storm whirls away a leaf.
I fancy it has been concealed so effectually that it is not as deep as you imagined.
In no other way can that duty be so effectually performed as by renominating and re-electing the old ticket.
And he effectually did succeed in making him understand he was serious.
What they promise only, Horace has effectually performed: yet I contradict not the proposition which I formerly advanced.
It effectually deterred others from confiding in the English.
Time and damp had effectually corroded the iron chambers of the lock, so that it afforded little resistance.
The uncovered vastness imprisoned him as effectually as a wall.
These could not fail to pin the tongue, and effectually silence the noisiest brawler.
late 14c., Old French effectuel, from Late Latin effectualis, from Latin effectus "accomplishment, performance" (see effect (n.)). Used properly of actions (not agents) and with a sense "having the effect aimed at." Related: Effectually; effectuality.