Constructive [adjective]

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The disconnect between the “woke” and angry rhetoric of activist mobs keeping CEOs up at night, and these constructive, nuanced discussions could not have been more striking.

We believe that with constructive dialog and cooperation, a solution is within reach.

It talks about a lot of the problems that we have now in terms of being able to have a constructive conversation.

Likewise, China’s commerce ministry said the two sides held a “constructive dialogue” and agreed to “create conditions” to implement the trade deal.

June, we have held constructive conversations with Facebook to clearly outline the areas where we want to see tangible changes.

Pay attention to constructive feedback, you can even tag them to come back to them later or share them with your colleagues.

He saw now that her pain had not been as other pain; it was a constructive pain, a part of the task of her life.

With this clue to their meaning, it becomes possible to understand the main constructive proposals of the Majority Commissioners.

They did not think politics was a great constructive process, they thought it was a kind of dog-fight.

The great constructive process in history gives so little scope for clapping and drumming and saying "'Ear, 'ear!"