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constructiveness (s) (noun) (no plural)
1. The quality of serving to build or to improve something: "The drawings provided a constructiveness that made it easier to do the job correctly and efficiently."
2. Having or intended to have a useful or beneficial purpose: "The constructiveness of her advice about his educational objectives proved to be very helpful."
3. In law, not obvious or stated explicitly; derived by inference; based on an interpretation; not directly expressed: "The constructiveness of what the liability would be made it difficult for the defendant to comprehend."
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