concluding

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There was even a certain grandeur in the concluding part of the piece.

We extract from the report, however, the concluding advice of the Boss.

Abbe Mouret was just concluding the De profundis in front of Albine's grave.

He came round to that as the concluding exhibition in his performance.

Miss Snowden solemnly read the concluding paragraph of the resolutions.

He held it up and looked at it, concluding in the end that it would not serve.

As for the concluding portion of the letter, he could not assist me to any explanation of it.

It is not yet too late to correct if you dislike the way I am concluding.

The scenes for illustration are not so good, of course, in the concluding No.

There seems to have been little difficulty in concluding the arrangement.

WORD ORIGIN

early 14c., "end an argument," from Latin concludere "to shut up, enclose," from com- "together" (see com-) + -cludere, comb. form of claudere "to shut" (see close (v.)). Meaning "reach a mental conclusion, deduce" is from late 14c., a sense also in Latin. Related: Concluded; concluding.

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