conducive

[ kuh n-doo-siv, -dyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF conducive

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONDUCIVE

What they had to consider was what course would be most conducive to the interests of Athens.

But the life I lead, Miss Manette, is not conducive to health.

This declaration of Mr. Garth's veracity was not conducive to amiability.

He loved this loose luxury and ease, and found it conducive to thought.

"Amateur" biscuits are not conducive to good digestion or happiness.

A tropical climate is not conducive to the development of practical energy.

Such an atmosphere is conducive to democracy, if not to conversion.

Green is conducive to feelings of relaxation, repose, quiet, etc.

The place and the time were conducive to the highest and most reverential feelings.

It was regarded as conducive to welfare, and was connected with religion.

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