Tending to cause or bring about; contributive: working conditions not conducive to productivity. See Synonyms at favorable.(adjective)
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Use "conducive" in a sentence
"Online journal articles are suitable for searching and extraction, but how conducive is a computer for reading a novel?"
"Totally didn't expect the hot blonde chick to even know the word conducive let alone use it in a sentence."
"A corporate environment is hardly what I'd call conducive to a relaxing cuppa."