Definition of effectually in English:

effectually

adverb

  • See effectual

    • ‘It is only legislative encouragement which can effectually protect him against these difficulties.’
    • ‘It is saying that the Holy Spirit will speak clearly to you through the Scriptures, beginning when you are effectually called.’
    • ‘Could the government of England destroy the commerce of all other nations, she would most effectually ruin her own.’
    • ‘It is hardly possible to conceive a spot more effectually hidden from the eyes of all men, than this singular valley.’
    • ‘This, however, would mean that ‘the business of every assize in the kingdom might effectually be stopped.’’

Pronunciation

effectually

/ɪˈfɛktjʊəli/