nondetractive

detractive

[dih-trak-tiv]
adjective
tending or seeking to detract.
Also, detractory [dih-trak-tuh-ree] .


Origin:
1480–90; < Middle French detractif. See detract, -ive

detractively, adverb
detractiveness, noun
nondetractive, adjective
nondetractively, adverb
nondetractory, adjective
undetractive, adjective
undetractively, adverb
undetractory, adjective
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detractive

adjective
causing to decrease in importance or value; "detractive influences on the volume of investment" 
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