Not likely to produce or support some desired outcome.(adjective)
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Use "unconducive" in a sentence
"It's a deeply unattractive position, not least because it's wholly unconducive to the aims of genuine secularism, for which liberty of belief, including for religious self-definition, is actually -- and very properly -- considered a key principle."
"Invoking an enemy who is prospering at the expense of most (“decent, hard-working”) Americans is unconducive to wise policy."
"It is a defect in an organism that makes its normal behavior unconducive to ever reproducing."