The rest will be left cold, and not in a productively negative way, either.
We know that children who attended prekindergarten are more likely to be productively employed at 25.
Just when I had come to understand the site and use it productively both professionally and personally I was denied.
In past times wealth was largely accumulated in the hands of the nobility, who had no thought of using it productively.
Of course the capital of a country must be productively employed.
And note that both hands are productively employed with shorter distances to travel for stock and with decreased effort.
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.
1610s, from French productif (16c.) and directly from Medieval Latin productivus "fit for production," from Latin product-, past participle stem of producere (see produce (v.)). Related: Productively; productiveness.
productive pro·duc·tive (prə-dŭk'tĭv, prō-)
Producing or capable of producing mucus or sputum.
Forming new tissue, as of an inflammation.