KJV Dictionary Definition: effectual


EFFECT'UAL, a. Producing an effect, or the effect desired or intended; or having adequate power or force to produce the effect. The means employed were effectual.

According to the gift of the grace of God given me by the effectual working of his power. Eph. 3.

1. Veracious; expressive of facts. Not used.

2. Effectual assassin, in Mitford, is unusual and not well authorized.


EFFECT'UALLY, adv. With effect; efficaciously; in a manner to produce the intended effect; thoroughly. The weeds on land for grain must be effectually subdued. The city is effectually guarded.


EFFECT'UATE, v.t. To bring to pass; to achieve; to accomplish; to fulfil; as, to effectuate a purpose or desire.


EFFECT'UATED, pp. Accomplished.


EFFECT'UATING, ppr. Achieving; performing to effect.