ineffectively : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • r  in an ineffective manner
    he dealt with the problem rather ineffectively

  • For Estrada, who never really got the hang of governing the Philippines, effectively or ineffectively, the end came suddenly as the week's initial good news .
  • That's why they tried to come up with a budget, for all that it was rolled out ineffectively.
  • Palin is ineffectively defended by.

  • Brian Roehrkasse in Kansas City Star
    This included performance concerns about ineffectively prosecuting departmental priority areas, failure to follow departmental guidelines, or just an overall inability to lead and effectively manage a US Attorney's office,Roehrkasse said.
  • Michael Chertoff in San Francisco Chronicle
    The House investigation criticized Chertoff, saying his overall responsibilities for the federal disaster relief during Katrina were fulfilled "either late, ineffectively or not at all."
  • Barack Obama in
    There is a lot of money being spent inefficiently, ineffectively, and -- in some cases -- in ways that are actually pretty stunning,Obama said.

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