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If anything, Jan Morris was a more productive writer than James had been.

Their scattered workforces, even in the midst of a stressful pandemic while shouldering extra burdens like childcare, have been remarkably productive.

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He was focused enough to remain productive even with his life in crisis.

“If you spend an hour a day online, that’s 365 hours that year that you could have been doing god knows what with that time that would have been really more productive,” he said.

School is where Katie feels most productive, so school has always been where Katie wants to be.

The rest will be left cold, and not in a productively negative way, either.

And, yes, there may be one or two other matters on which lawmakers could be more productively expending time and energy.

All I know is: this is a discussion Republicans * must * have , and I'll be doing my utmost to contribute productively to it.

We know that children who attended prekindergarten are more likely to be productively employed at 25.

I am pretty dexterous with my left and can make it look I can do things productively for script and stuff.

In past times wealth was largely accumulated in the hands of the nobility, who had no thought of using it productively.

To-day they decide to ‘save’ part of the surplus value and to invest it productively instead of squandering it.

And the converse would also be possible, B might squander it, and A might employ it productively.

By increasing the cost of production, a portion of the labour of the country is less productively employed.

In fact, she was rarely receptively humorous and never productively so.


On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to productively, such as: adequately, completely, definitely, dramatically, energetically, and finally.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.