1. conducive

adjective. ['kənˈduːsɪv'] tending to bring about; being partly responsible for.


  • contributive
  • tributary
  • contributory
  • contributing


  • distributary
  • unobligated
  • primary
  • noncausal

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Rhymes with Conducive

  • nonexclusive
  • inconclusive
  • unobtrusive
  • exclusive
  • conclusive
  • reclusive
  • obtrusive
  • intrusive
  • inclusive
  • collusive
  • abusive
  • illusive
  • elusive
  • allusive

How do you pronounce conducive?

Pronounce conducive as kənˈdusɪv.

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Sentences with conducive

1. Adjective
Teachers can use many types of rewards to reinforce behavior that is conducive to learning.

Quotes about conducive

1. We have known since the 1800s that carbon dioxide traps heat in the atmosphere. The right amount keeps the climate conducive to human life.
- James Hansen

2. I have no time for specialized concerns, working themes or variations that lead to mastery... I like the indefinite, the boundless; I like continual uncertainty. Other qualities may be more conducive to achievement, publicity, success; but they are all outworn - as outworn as ideologies, opinions, concepts and names for things.
- Gerhard Richter

3. Not every difficult and dangerous thing is suitable for training, but only that which is conducive to success in achieving the object of our effort.
- Epictetus