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ef·fort

(ef'ŏrt),
Deliberate exertion of physical or mental power.

effort

Expenditure of physical or mental energy.
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As beginners experience the exhilaration of moving through the water effortlessly, their confidence grows with each practice session.
The classic Peaches arrived early as they switched effortlessly between old and new songs.
Smartly into her stride the ``Pocket Rocket'' led after one of the five furlongs and drew effortlessly clear to land the pounds 59,232 first prize by six lengths from Aradanza.
The adjustable folding box and onscreen product memory enables size changes to be completed quickly and effortlessly. The 'No product -- No bag' feature reduces wrapping material waste and eases feeding of the sandwiches.
Her rival is beautiful, clever, rich and effortlessly steals all her friends away.
She boasted last week of how she effortlessly juggles motherhood, a successful career, two homes and a demanding role as the Premier's wife.
In the Futurity, he was content to lay fourth of five through the first half-mile, and strode effortlessly to the front to defeat Kamsack by a length and a half under Victor Espinoza.
The user-friendly set-up screen with step-by-step instruction allows the operator to program all necessary set points effortlessly. Capable of handling a complete line of tools with a torque range of 2 - 2000 Nm, this system offers the ultimate in application flexibility.
You might have already seen the promotion photograph: a couple dozen people seem to effortlessly hold a large machining center overhead, while the headline reads "Support!"
I finished this well-crafted book grateful to have learned so much about the realities of training for world-class competitions, fascinated that someone could let us into his self-focussed life so effortlessly and smoothly, and ultimately relieved that he had begun to envisage something beyond his own quest for physical perfection.
Marks's "Ten Years of Dreams About Art" shifts effortlessly from her very quirky dreams (can you imagine a group of jazz musicians who are bugs?), through a look at the image-making scene in Canada in the 1990s to a considered critique of the whole viewing process using C.S.
That's the price-point where a product matches customers' needs (and budget) perfectly--maybe even effortlessly.