conduce

[ kuhn-doos, -dyoos ]SEE DEFINITION OF conduce
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Must we not select that to which the art of fighting in armour is supposed to conduce?

And would his seeing her conduce most to her own success, or to Margaret's?

There are many causes which conduce to this partial distribution.

And now, sir, what can I make or have made for you which will conduce to your comfort?

There are tables and chairs in numbers, and nothing seemed neglected, which could conduce even to the comfort of the readers.

The former step, too, will conduce to this, and be its natural consequence.

A ride like that upon a rough Turkish horse does not conduce to dreaming.

Nothing—nothing could he think of that could conduce to his end.

Nothing that could conduce to the success of the adventure was neglected.

It did not conduce to the ease of his first bed in the wilderness.

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