unconstructively love



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  • adv. In an unhelpful manner; in an unconstructive manner.


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un- +‎ constructively


  • Amongst the constituency, there is a belief that Karl Rove can and does unconstructively change the culture, the climate, and the country.

    Republican Rant; "Democrats Deregulate"

  • + People who put you down unconstructively - they put you down because they don't like you being happy or just being you

    Threesy Does It...

  • This is pure hypocrisy, because it is the same type of unconstructively extreme position that these critics claim to be railing against.

    Morality 2.0 - Publishing 2.0

  • "Because of the limited resources, in terms of education and industrial training, much of prisoners' time is spent unconstructively and in grimly depressing conditions; about half the population is unemployed."

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • This fear has proven to become an exceptional motivator that unconstructively influences individuals to expose themselves to risks, which they might have otherwise avoided.

    IndustryWeek Forums - Chain Reactions

  • Unknown to what could be unconstructively mischievously be called "Global Conferences traveling class", the practical solutions methods do exist, and are neither costly, difficult or expensive to partake in.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • That such an important piece of information was unconstructively removed echoes my concern that your articles are often highly biased.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]


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