con|clu´sive|ly


con|clu´sive|ly
con|clu|sive «kuhn KLOO sihv», adjective.
1. decisive; convincing; final: »

a conclusive argument or reply. The evidence against the burglar was conclusive.

2. Rare. occurring at or forming the end.
con|clu´sive|ly, adverb.
con|clu´sive|ness, noun.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • con|clu|sive — «kuhn KLOO sihv», adjective. 1. decisive; convincing; final: »a conclusive argument or reply. The evidence against the burglar was conclusive. 2. Rare. occurring at or forming the end. –con|clu´sive|ly, adverb. –con|clu´sive|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • con·clu·sive — …   Useful english dictionary

  • con|clu´sive|ness — con|clu|sive «kuhn KLOO sihv», adjective. 1. decisive; convincing; final: »a conclusive argument or reply. The evidence against the burglar was conclusive. 2. Rare. occurring at or forming the end. –con|clu´sive|ly, adverb. –con|clu´sive|ness,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • in´con|clu´sive|ness — in|con|clu|sive «IHN kuhn KLOO sihv», adjective. not convincing; not settling or deciding something doubtful; not effective: »The jury found the evidence against the defendant inconclusive and acquitted him. –in´con|clu´sive|ly, adverb.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • in´con|clu´sive|ly — in|con|clu|sive «IHN kuhn KLOO sihv», adjective. not convincing; not settling or deciding something doubtful; not effective: »The jury found the evidence against the defendant inconclusive and acquitted him. –in´con|clu´sive|ly, adverb.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • in|con|clu|sive — «IHN kuhn KLOO sihv», adjective. not convincing; not settling or deciding something doubtful; not effective: »The jury found the evidence against the defendant inconclusive and acquitted him. –in´con|clu´sive|ly, adverb. –in´con|clu´sive|ness,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • in·con·clu·sive — …   Useful english dictionary

  • con|vul´sive|ly — con|vul|sive «kuhn VUHL sihv», adjective. 1. violently disturbing. 2. having convulsions. 3. producing convulsions. –con|vul´sive|ly, adverb. –con|vul´sive|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • con|vul|sive — «kuhn VUHL sihv», adjective. 1. violently disturbing. 2. having convulsions. 3. producing convulsions. –con|vul´sive|ly, adverb. –con|vul´sive|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • con|ces´sive|ly — con|ces|sive «kuhn SEHS ihv», adjective. 1. making or implying concession; yielding. 2. Grammar. expressing concession. “Though” and “although” are concessive words. –con|ces´sive|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary


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