conclude[ kuh n-klood ]SEE DEFINITION OF conclude
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All he could conclude was that it was not ophthalmia or trachoma.
I soon found what had put Jason in such a hurry to conclude this business.
Then we may conclude that my friend Mrs. Luttridge is not yet come to Rantipole.
On the 9th, Nelson landed again, to conclude the terms of the armistice.
But he cannot miss it, I think: and must conclude that it is put there for him to take away.
So we may conclude that at least 6,400 years ago Neolithic man used the cave.
It was better for him to tell you himself, sir; as I conclude he has now done.
But I see that I must conclude without having exhausted my matter.
They are very wicked: for in spite of your virtue they conclude you to be ruined.
But she will conclude a letter she is writing to Miss Howe, before she will see me.