If I can identify these things, and learn how to deal with them constructively, my recovery will progress.
It is as yet too soon to constructively formulate such measures.
It is used decoratively, however, rather than constructively.
Not all racial unrest was so constructively channeled during the war.
They purchase their wives openly, and not constructively by attorney.
It represents energy, and the problem is to use it constructively.
Europe became their headquarters during what must have been the most constructively interesting part of his early life.
Terror was the order of the day; and it was feared that even the humble novelist might be shown to be constructively a traitor.
Perhaps we constructively break the command to rest, because the resting we do is in most cases only a name, and not a fact.
"Specifically no—constructively yes," answered Cooley promptly for his client.
early 15c., "derived by interpretation," from Middle French constructif or from Medieval Latin constructivus, from Latin construct-, past participle stem of construere "to heap up" (see construction). Meaning "pertaining to construction" is from 1817; "having the quality of constructing" is from 1841. Related: Constructively. Constructive criticism is attested by 1841.