contributory

[ kuhn-trib-yuh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF contributory

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONTRIBUTORY

They often, nevertheless, act as a contributory factor to a movement.

And, though reluctantly, he granted Freud contributory significance.

You cannot fall back on the joker of contributory carelessness.

And the place really needed a Village Hall, on a contributory basis.

The practice of turret work has been contributory to this result.

But she was contributory, if not an accessory after the fact.

All factors, of course, but only contributory to the great vital one.

Willsher hummed "Bachelor Boys" as a contributory echo of the question.

But the megalomania of the Teutons has only been one of the contributory causes.

The State also provides under a contributory system for its employes.

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