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Spell check of unproductive

Correct spelling: unproductive

Synonyms:
unsuccessful, impotent, counterproductive, desolate, fruitless, impoverished, ineffectual, abortive, infertile, combine, unfruitful, in vain, desert, dry, unprofitable, cultivated, empty, cultivate, uneffective, otiose, bungled, futile, useless, crop circle, crop rotation, bootless, unavailing, botched, disastrous, profitless, cash crop, sleeveless, fallow, dead, vain, bony, bare, corn, childless, sterile, unfertile, stark, rich, hardscrabble, ineffective, barren, crop, inefficacious, poor, arable, failed, nonproductive, waste.

Antonyms:
fruitful, adequate, potent, effective, luxuriant, fecund, usable, efficient, amentaceous, amentiferous, functional, verdant, successful, applicable, rich, workable, meaningful, cultivable, tillable, virtuous, profitable, effectual, productive, cultivatable, green, realizable, efficacious, sufficient, sylvan, arable, practical, worthwhile, practicable, feasible, lush, prolific, oil-bearing, deadly, fertile.

Examples of usage:

1) It was also, considering the fact that it was limited by the resources of a comparatively unproductive island, a good dinner, even in the opinion of two habitual diners- out. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

2) Marx holds that all capital- all industrial advances except wages- is absolutely unproductive of value, and therefore not entitled to the acknowledgment known as interest. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

3) It is obvious to object that labour by itself is as unproductive as capital by itself, but Marx would reply that while labour and capital are equally indispensable to produce new commodities, it is labour alone that produces new value, for value is only so much labour preserved, it is merely a register of so many hours of work. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

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