concluded[ kuh n-klood ]SEE DEFINITION OF concluded
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCLUDED
"And so he married money," concluded Mrs. Gwilt-Athelstan of one they had discussed.
Our peace with the power with whom we had been engaged had also been concluded.
But the morning service has concluded, and the streets are again crowded with people.
Her father had concluded every thing with Mr. Solmes, not doubting her compliance.
He concluded by formally moving the presentation of the address to the Queen.
When this was concluded, Mr. Gladstone murmured, "Our Father."
A long telegram from the Princess of Wales concluded: "I am praying for you."
"It looks like a woman's hand had been at work," concluded the marshal.
But I concluded the mistake lay in the person; and that his address was to Miss Arabella.
He concluded merely that his host was talking for talk's sake, so talking rubbish.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONCLUDED
- dead set on
- hanging tough
- locked in
- set in stone
- solid as a rock