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active currently operating, in process, or in effect. [1/6 definitions]
bland gentle in effect, as nonirritating foods or nonstimulating medicines. [1/3 definitions]
consonant harmonious in effect. [1/6 definitions]
fait accompli (French) a completed deed or fact; something done or in effect.
figure of speech an expression, such as a metaphor, hyperbole, or simile, that uses words in a nonliteral, unusual, or intensive manner to produce a certain effect; trope.
god something that is considered to be of the greatest importance and thus, in effect, worshiped. [1/6 definitions]
harsh rough and unpleasant in effect or action. [1/3 definitions]
intense strong or profound in effect. [1/3 definitions]
layoff a period of time during which such a suspension is in effect, or a period of inactivity. [1/2 definitions]
lease the period of time such a contract is in effect. [1/5 definitions]
life the period during which something functions or is in effect. [1/10 definitions]
lively striking in effect. [1/6 definitions]
operative being in effect. [1/6 definitions]
overwhelming powerful in effect. [1/2 definitions]
pestilence something evil or pernicious in effect. [1/2 definitions]
prevail to be currently in effect. [1/4 definitions]
prevailing in effect now. [1/2 definitions]
prohibition (often cap.) the period from 1920 to 1933 during which such a ban was in effect in the United States. [1/4 definitions]
set piece a literary, musical, or other artistic work, or part of such a work, that aims to achieve certain effects, esp. technically impressive ones. [1/2 definitions]
stand to remain in effect. [1/25 definitions]
standing order an order that is in effect until it is changed or nullified. [2 definitions]