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Definition of "inconducive" []

  • Not likely to produce or support some desired outcome. (adjective)

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Use "inconducive" in a sentence
  • ""The activities at the institution that have extended during the last 10 days have created an inconducive environment for academic activities putting lives and property at risk," Illunga said."
  • "That, I thought, was the price tenants paid for the view: bedrooms on the street side, inconducive to sleep."
  • "The trouble with the meals, however, was not only that we were all kept at a very high strain of alertness and attention, singularly inconducive to the enjoyment of food or to the sober business of digestion, but that they were of such interminable length."