12 example sentences using efficacious.
Efficacious used in a sentence
Efficacious in a sentence as an adjective
But putting up $1K to a cause is almost worse, given that it's one of the more efficacious ways to support a cause.
Precision is often efficacious, to be sure, but we are doing this for moral reasons as well.
I think it's far more efficacious to look toward managing that reality than to try to postpone or prevent it.
We're still waiting for double-blind, vs placebo, clinical trials to show how efficacious they really are.
As such, your entire argument is ignorant, as it fails to ask the simple question: in what cases do these ***** work?They're designed for a purpose. They must be efficacious for that purpose. They might have other beneficial side effects.
How about surgery to deal with a metastasizing cancer that is highly efficacious?
Moreover, thalidomide was actually a very efficacious drug for morning sickness, it was just unsafe.
If risk aversion was slowing pharma innovation then we'd see a lot of potentially efficacious compounds failing safety trials.
Wouldn't it be simpler and more efficacious to simply ban sales of Windows in the EU, or mandate that they fix the security issues?Not that I favor ludicrous bans of this sort, or that I think they will work.
To all those pulling out pitchforks and torches, how do they think these ***** get discovered and more importantly, proved safe and efficacious for a given human disease?Do they have any idea how much it actually costs?
I'll keep my final reply short and sweet.> If they don't have enough money to spend, what's with all of the money that's circulating every day?The amount of money in circulation has very little to do with how it's distributed or where it's circulating.> Why don't we take it a step further back, and consider whether and when it's appropriate and efficacious to design and implement any top-down strategies for what fundamentally amount to other people's lives.
You're treating the results of actual people's manifest choices as though they're a problem that needs to be corrected, as though people pursuing their own goals in life are obligated to conform to your expectations in doing so.> So, at what point should we step back and say, "OK, this strategy isn't working"?Why don't we take it a step further back, and consider whether and when it's appropriate and efficacious to design and implement any top-down strategies for what fundamentally amount to other people's lives.
marked by qualities giving the power to produce an intended effect; "written propaganda is less efficacious than the habits and prejudices...of the readers"-Aldous Huxley; "the medicine is efficacious in stopping a cough"
producing or capable of producing an intended result or having a striking effect; "an air-cooled motor was more effective than a witch's broomstick for rapid long-distance transportation"-LewisMumford; "effective teaching methods"; "effective steps toward peace"; "made an effective entrance"; "his complaint proved to be effectual in bringing action"; "an efficacious law"