inducive


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Adj.1.inducive - inducing or influencing; leading on; "inductive to the sin of Eve"- John Milton
causative - producing an effect; "poverty as a causative factor in crime"
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Grewgious, breaking the blank silence which of course ensued: though why these pauses SHOULD come upon us when we have performed any small social rite, not directly inducive of self-examination or mental despondency, who can tell?
The primary importance of economic trust is to deepen economic cooperation by providing a social environment that is inducive to cooperation, which increases the level of partnerships and their impact on the economy.
The President also disclosed that Lebanon is about to issue an economic plan and identify the productive sectors inducive for investments.
FMIC also expect the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) to continue supporting the local currency and keep the exchange rate at levels that are inducive to growth.
For the experiment with inducive metabolites, plants were grown exactly under the same conditions described above with the exception that five plants were used per pot.
In a broad sense, it can be defined as a form of communication that is considered by those involved as being funny and inducive of laughter.