impactful

im·pact·ful

 (ĭm-păkt′fo͝ol)
adj. Usage Problem
Having a significant or powerful effect.
Usage Note: The word impactful rankles many people. Even though the -ful suffix was historically productive, yielding helpful words like eventful, bountiful, wonderful, and helpful itself, many view impactful as an affront to the English language, perhaps because of its association with the jargon of advertising and business. In our 2015 survey, 77 percent of the Usage Panel found the sentence This software will allow you to create impactful and original imagery to be unacceptable. Using this word in your speech and writing will be undoubtedly have a great impact, but probably not in the way you'd like.

impactful

(ˈɪmpæktfʊl)
adj
having a powerful effect or making a strong impression
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There certainly is an agreement about an impactful response being necessary," White House spokesperson Josh Earnest told reporters.
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I keep Dan Calhoun those words in mind when I am planning and ensure our actions are impactful.
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