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adjective as in last

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Growing up healthy means “learning how to deal with mild challenge and change,” Lyons concludes.

It found problems, though, and concluded that many eligible lots wouldn’t work, because of logistical issues with its requirement that lots be split equally.

Our work shows that we need to constantly balance our own expectations with those we observe in others, and whether the two match up, the authors concluded.

The letter concludes by saying that most of the signatories will likely decline to implement the proposed deferral.

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According to the meeting minutes, the board concluded that the law was likely outdated.

Finishing the Triple Crown with the Belmont is like concluding a triathlon with a marathon.

The episode seemed to be moments from concluding with nobody hurt, if not necessarily happy ever after.

The next most common estimate is 8, respondents concluding that the sequence will reverse itself.

A judge eventually threw out the suit, concluding that the charges “lacked specificity.”

But the concluding chapter in the story of the Bosnian War has yet to be written.

"Be calm, be calm," interposed Mr Bellamy gently, remarking that Allcraft slightly raised his voice at the concluding words.

"It is because of this I presume to advise you—but, of course——" And he hesitated, without concluding his sentence.

A convention was held at Albany, for the purpose of concluding a treaty with the Six Nations.

As to the concluding line of the extract, I must leave it to some better Irish scholar than I can boast myself.

“You are right,” said the minister who has already been introduced, and who overheard the concluding remark as he came forward.


On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to concluding, such as: closing, terminating, conclusive, final, and terminal.

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