Definition of Conduciveness

1. n. The quality of conducing.



Definition of Conduciveness

1. Noun. The state, quality, or condition of being conducive. ¹

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Definition of Conduciveness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conduciveness

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

Literary usage of Conduciveness

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1. The Methods of Ethics by Henry Sidgwick (1877)
"... quality belonging to actions independently of their conduciveness to any ulterior end. The term implies that the presence of the quality is ascertained ..."

2. The New York Review by St. Joseph's Seminary (Yonkers, N.Y.), N.Y. St. Joseph's Seminary (Yonkers (1907)
"Just as conduciveness to the national welfare is a necessary prerequisite of the moral goodness of the act of military heroism, so conduciveness to the ..."

3. The Works of Jeremy Bentham by Jeremy Bentham, John Bowring (1843)
"Want of conduciveness to the general end. The arrangement, as supposed, not so conformable to the greatest happiness principle as it might be. II. ..."

4. Christian Ethics: Or, Moral Philosophy on the Principles of Divine Revelation by Ralph Wardlaw, Leonard Woods (1835)
"Still, however, it remains a question, how far conduciveness even to these is ... Instead of its conduciveness to good constituting its essential nature, ..."

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