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How to use conducive in a sentence
She told Porter that her dress and heels were not conducive for running, blending in with a crowd or even jumping out a window to escape.
Two days later, he was fired, with a human relations representative citing a “pattern of behavior that is not conducive to company policy” as the rationale for his termination, he told me.Fired GitHub employee who warned coworkers about Nazis is seeking legal counsel|Megan Rose Dickey|January 15, 2021|TechCrunch
You can choose whichever position is most conducive to quality sleep for your little one.Swaddles to keep your little one cozy and comfortable|PopSci Commerce Team|January 11, 2021|Popular-Science
That’s very typical for contest AF and not particularly conducive to super-fast action.Hasselblad’s new $6,400 camera is weird and wonderful|Stan Horaczek|January 2, 2021|Popular-Science
Reddit, and the way people engage with it, is not really conducive to productive conversation.The Subreddit /r/Collapse Has Become the Doomscrolling Capital of the Internet. Can Its Users Break Free?|Billy Perrigo|October 30, 2020|Time
There was no original desire of it, or motive to it, save its conduciveness to pleasure, and especially to protection from pain.Utilitarianism|John Stuart Mill
In England also, its conduciveness to professional excellence might be hard to prove.
The conduciveness of my habits to longevity may be seen in this.Bygones Worth Remembering, Vol. 1 (of 2)|George Jacob Holyoake
Conduciveness to Progress, thus understood, includes the whole excellence of a government.Considerations on Representative Government|John Stuart Mill
Now, the excellence of all rules depends on their conduciveness to the object they have in view.Old-Fashioned Ethics and Common-Sense Metaphysics|William Thomas Thornton