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efficacious
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • He has but one fault, he is somewhat wilful; but really, on referring for the moment to what he said, do you truly believe that Mithridates used these precautions, and that these precautions were efficacious?
  • "Alas!" exclaimed Mercedes, "if it were so, if I possessed free-will, but without the power to render that will efficacious, it would drive me to despair."

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  • The drug is safe and efficacious.
  • He would weep for hours together, and I verily believe that to the very end this spoiled child of life thought his weak tears in some way efficacious.
    H.G. Wells  --  The War of the Worlds

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