Definition of Conducive

1. Adjective. Tending to bring about; being partly responsible for. "A contributory factor"

Exact synonyms: Contributing, Contributive, Contributory, Tributary
Similar to: Causative
Derivative terms: Conduce, Contribute, Contribute



Definition of Conducive

1. a. Loading or tending; helpful; contributive; tending to promote.

Definition of Conducive

1. Adjective. Tending to contribute to, encourage, or bring about some result. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Conducive

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conducive

condotel
condotels
condottiere
condottieres
condottieri
conduce
conduced
conducer
conducers
conduces
conducibility
conducible
conducibleness
conducibly
conducing
conducive (current term)
conduciveness
conducivenesses
conduct
conduct disorder
conductance
conductance unit
conductances
conductant
conductase
conducted
conductest
conducteth
conducti
conductibility

Literary usage of Conducive

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1. Lectures on the Ethics of T.H. Green, Mr. Herbert Spencer, and J. Martineau by Henry Sidgwick (1902)
"... that it assumed too easily a practically complete coincidence between Life and Pleasure or Happiness—it assumed, that is, that actions conducive to ..."

2. China: Progress and Reform Challenges (2003)
"China has made significant progress in providing a business environment conducive to FDI China has made significant progress in providing a business ..."

3. The Chief Works of Benedict de Spinoza by Benedictus de Spinoza, Robert Harvey Monroe Elwes (1891)
"... makes use of reason, judge anything to be useful to it, save such things as are conducive to understanding. Proof.—The effort for self-preservation is ..."

4. Journal: 1st-13th Congress . Repr. 14th Congress, 1st Session by United States Congress. House (1837)
"... conducive to the security and happiness of the people, when limited to the exercise of its conceded powers. In never asssuming, even for a well-meant ..."

5. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1853)
"General Pathology, as conducive to the establishment of Rational Principles for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Disease. A Course of Lectures, delivered at ..."

6. Pony Tracks by Frederic Remington (1895)
"good - natured rivalry, very conducive to thorough work. It is the opinion of General Henry that one old troop should always be left at this post as a ..."

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