effete - Dictionary definition and meaning for word effete
relate the word with defeat..which means losing ones power
Ef+FETE.. Concentrate on the secind part, it sounds like Fatigue, which means drained out of energy or exhausted,worn out...!
power in a person or human is said to be in our feet thumb.And the feet thumb is present in the feet.so if there is an effect ,probly a bad effect to your feet(fete), that means u have lost ur inner or original power and ur feet is worn out and u are
it sounds like defeat ,if we were defeated we lose power n our power vanishes
effete...e+fetus, i.e. WORN OUT by bearing young(fetus)
Eff ete - F it, I give up, gonna go have some shennanigans
eff-efficiency ete-eat or eaten...
effete sounds like on feet. If you walk long distances on feet, you will be effete (worn out)
effete= take effete is the past tense of effect, i.e. a effect has occurred not it is exhausted.
EFFETE = EFFECT + NAHI = INEFFECTUAL.
EDACIOUS = EDA+VORACIOUS