Definitions for effectible
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
something that is produced by an agency or cause; result; consequence.
power to produce results; efficacy; force:
The protest had no effect.
the state of being effective or operative; operation or execution:
to bring a plan into effect.
a mental or emotional impression produced, as by a painting or speech.
general meaning or purpose; intent:
I wrote a letter to that effect.
the making of a desired impression:
The expensive car was only for effect.
an illusory phenomenon:
a three-dimensional effect.
a scientific phenomenon (usu. named for its discoverer):
the Doppler effect.
(v.t.)to produce as an effect; bring about; accomplish:
to effect a change.
Idioms for effect:
in effect, essentially; basically.
take effect, to go into operation; begin to function. to produce a result.
* Syn: effect , consequence , result refer to something produced by an action or a cause. An effect is that which is produced, usu. more or less immediately and directly: The drug had the effect of producing sleep. A consequence , something that follows naturally or logically, as in a train of events or sequence of time, is less intimately connected with its cause than is an effect: One consequence of a recession is a rise in unemployment. A result may be near or remote, and often is the sum of effects or consequences as making an end or final outcome: The English language is the result of the fusion of many different elements.Usage: See affect1.
Origin of effect:
1350–1400; ME < L effectus the carrying out (of a task, etc.), hence, that which is achieved, outcome
Capable of being done or achieved.
capable of being done or achieved; practicable; feasible