- n. The state of being cooperative
- n. the trait of being cooperative
- cooperative + -ness (Wiktionary)
“Frighteningly, it could be that cooperativeness is a long-term mistake.”
“Although in 2002 he argued that he only wanted war as a last resort and it was forced on him by Iraq's dangerous un-cooperativeness, that is inconsistent with the world-view he now openly professes: one in which attacks can only be prevented by preemptive war.”
“Although in 2002 he argued that he only wanted war as a last resort and it was forced on him by Iraq's dangerous un-cooperativeness, that is inconsistent with the world-view he now openly professes:”
“Ditto for another of Mr. Ross's examples: Iran's sudden gestures of cooperativeness when the U.S. smashed Saddam's armed forces in 2003.”
“He claimed instantly to see the virtue of installing a camera at Pussers Landing, his West End location — though I suspect his cooperativeness might have had something to do with his desire to persuade me of the charms of his rum cake, which I'll get to momentarily.”
“When I came to this awareness, I decided to spend the rest of my life, not trying to convert everyone to Christianity, but instead seeking to create an environment of cooperativeness between all traditions.”
“When reminded of concepts associated with "religion," subjects showed increased cooperativeness with in-group members.”
“However, when reminded of concepts associated with "God" they showed increased cooperativeness with out-group members.”
“How about the other features Blackmore cites: cooperativeness, generosity, and honesty?”
“Finally, there is evidence showing that people who move in synchrony together treat each other with greater cooperativeness and generosity.”
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