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- adv. In a constructive manner
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a constructive manner; by construction or inference.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a constructive manner.
- For the purpose of building or construction.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a constructive manner
Whatever gets kids thinking constructively is a very good thing! —
I do hope we can move past the idea that we have to vote in lockstep or reach identical policy conclusions in order to listen to one another and learn from each other constructively, which is what I feel our Founders would wish us to do.
The Russian ombudsman said talks have proceeded "constructively" and could have been wrapped up were it not for U.S. negotiators 'need to clear everything "with their bosses."
Grassley tells his Iowa constituents that Obama wants government to get rid of Grandma, yet Obama says Grassley is working "constructively" on health care reform.
The Baker Commission December 2006 report recommended engaging Iran and Syria "constructively" and called for a "New Diplomatic Offensive without preconditions," all for naught.
Maybe Theo would grow up to use his anger "constructively" and become super successful and then his dad would see .... even though he was no longer talking to him until recently when he heard he got cancer and figured it was time to reconcile.
October 24, 2008 at 9:41 pm and you were "constructively" clicking to get to this site ?
Ms. Merkel said her government is studying Opel's request for aid "constructively," but stressed that any aid granted to Opel would be a unique case.
Bush aides say they want to work "constructively" with the families to ensure a productive inquiry.
Thus, what we are going to see over the next few days is some pre-summit posturing, the like of which has already started with Blair announcing that he will negotiate "constructively" while sticking to his "red lines", accompanied by some "tough talking" to make it look good in front of the television cameras.