verb (used without object), con·duced, con·duc·ing.
Origin of conduce
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And it is not difficult to comprehend that clandestine appointments in dark corners as a rule do not conduce to proper behavior.What eight million women want|Rheta Childe Dorr
Now it does not conduce to belief in the soundness of a firm to find that its managers have been common, cheap lottery workers.Twenty Years a Detective in the Wickedest City in the World|Clifton R. Wooldridge
Nothing that could conduce to the well-being of the deceased has been omitted.Indo-China and Its Primitive People|Henry Baudesson
To map out the Comparative Psychology of Man must also conduce to the more methodic carrying on of inquiries.Essays: Scientific, Political, & Speculative, Vol. I|Herbert Spencer
He must form no ties, he must have no interests, that do not conduce to his success.An American Politician|F. Marion Crawford