Conducive in a Sentence
Definition of Conducive
to cause or produce something
Use Conducive in a sentence
The declining number of available positions are conducive for the highest unemployment rate in decades.
Alcoholic parents are not conducive to a stable environment for the children.
Two things that I do to everyday for a conducive mind is drink plenty of water and get plenty of exercise.
Your negative attitude is not conducive to a good relationship.
If you want to be more conducive to the discussion, then stop interrupting me every time I give an opinion that's different from yours.
A soupy and disturbed atmosphere is conducive to afternoon pop-up showers and thunderstorms.
A bad attitude is conducive to poor health.
The lack of rain is not conducive for a promising crop season.
Smaller class sizes provide a conducive learning environment.
Disturbed by the noise in the cafe, Sam decided to study in a more conducive atmosphere at the library.
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helpful, promotive, contributing, assisting
adverse, hindering, unfavorable