English words and Examples of Usage

use "passive" in a sentence

As it grew, Gina hired coaches and started to earn passive income.

Motif’s co-founder, Hardeep Walia, thinks investors have become too passive.

He took just 13 shots and only six free throws in an oddly passive performance.

The "passive" person can still be sentenced to death, regardless of marital status.

Others were downright offensive, like "passive resistance may be your best defense."

Webmaker is free, so give it a shot if you're eager to be more than a passive observer.

'I had to save more than my two boys' Adrienne Hawkins says she used to be a passive bystander.

While doing this, he became convinced TVs were underutilized as a one-way, passive medium.

Those random passive aggressive comments about everyday life don't need to get out there, he said.

You can take serious weight off your shoulders by implementing passive products into your strategy.

It was considered a landmark ruling as the court has since allowed passive euthanasia in some cases.

It’s that sort of subtle, passive aggressive language that they use and it does soak in a little bit.”

Max Weber conceived of democracy as entailing the formation of a political elite in competition for the votes of a largely passive electorate.

Discovering networks may be done through active as well as passive scanning.

The passive man seldom, if ever, expresses himself.

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