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How Do You Spell EFFICIENTLY?

Correct spelling for the English word "efficiently" is [ɪfˈɪʃəntlɪ], [ɪfˈɪʃəntlɪ], [ɪ_f_ˈɪ_ʃ_ə_n_t_l_ɪ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of EFFICIENTLY

  1. in an efficient manner; "he functions efficiently"

Common Misspellings for EFFICIENTLY

Below is the list of 463 misspellings for the word "efficiently".

Usage Examples for EFFICIENTLY

  1. They all stood round in a circle, and I got through two stanzas as gravely and as efficiently as I was able. - "A Bibliographical, Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour in France and Germany, Volume One" by Thomas Frognall Dibdin
  2. Why then should not a National Construction Reserve be organized to do that work as efficiently in time of peace as it could be done by a military organization in time of war, if the doing of it were a war necessity instead of a peace measure? - "Our National Defense: The Patriotism of Peace" by George Hebard Maxwell
  3. She could feel secure, now, that her darling Archie would live to be a quiet, good, sensible English gentleman, fitted to discharge efficiently, and conscientiously, an English gentleman's duties, whether it were to manage an estate, or- or in fact whatever it might be. - "Archibald Malmaison" by Julian Hawthorne
  4. If one of the generals and a part of the army could be sent to Rome, and at the same time Capua could be efficiently besieged by the remaining general and army, that then Claudius and Fulvius should settle between themselves which should continue the siege of Capua, and which should come to Rome to protect their capital from being besieged. - "The History of Rome; Books Nine to Twenty-Six" by Titus Livius
  5. That the existence of the King, chiefs and the natives, can only be preserved by having a government efficient for the administration of enlightened justice, both to natives and the subjects of foreign powers residing in the islands, and that chiefly through missionary efforts the natives have made such progress in education and knowledge, as to justify the belief that by further training, they may be rendered capable of conducting efficiently the affairs of government; but that they are not at present so far advanced. - "Speeches of His Majesty Kamehameha IV. To the Hawaiian Legislature" by Kamehameha IV
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