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Definition of Reproductively
1. productively [adv] - See also: productively
Lexicographical Neighbors of Reproductively
Literary usage of Reproductively
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Collected Papers (1922)
"Such marriage unions are reproductively effective within that time. This is, of course, the really important consideration. It could possibly make no effect ..."
2. The Instrument of Association: A Manual of Currency by George A. Potter (1868)
"The greater the fiscal embarrassments of a nation, the stronger the argument for the free admission of all commodities reproductively consumed. ..."
3. The Rationale of Market Fluctuations by Arthur Ellis (1876)
"During that time the investment of capital reproductively, in consequence of the increase of machinery, the extension of railways, and the development of ..."
4. Letters to Mr. Malthus on Several Subjects of Political Economy, and by Jean Baptiste Say (1821)
"But the master, who has bought the labour of the workman with a part of his capital consumes it reproductively, as the dyer consumes reproductively the ..."