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concludes

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The speech to the nation, which concludes Christmas dinner at homes up and down the country, has already been recorded.

I suggest you read my book Technological Slavery,” his letter concludes, “which you can probably get from amazon.com.

Second, conduct an investigation into yourself that concludes you did nothing wrong.

[If] Judge Fuller concludes that he is morally incapable of continuing in that position, he will resign.

“In the case of autism, the early-life cerebellum might be a target for future intervention,” concludes Dr. Wang.

Concerning the claim or claims with which the inventor concludes his specification many questions have arisen.

The man she marries will be the one I approve of, and then she will live happy ever after, concludes the fond parent.

And he concludes with announcing that he sends several flags taken from the enemy.

It might be nothing more than the ordinary “grab racket” with which a feast commonly concludes; it might be something worse.

The book concludes with some remarks on the inhabitants of the mountainous districts of Samnium and Campania.

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On this page you'll find 102 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to concludes, such as: end, complete, terminate, wind up, wrap up, and close.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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