Definition for conclusion

noun as in end

noun as in judgment, decision

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Example Sentences

The conclusions were drawn by the majority staff under committee Chairman Peter DeFazio.

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It has been a difficult journey for her, but fortunately it has a happy conclusion.

The real conclusion, yet again, is that getting the most bang out of your altitude buck is complicated and highly individual.

Westlake has disputed the conclusions and details of a legislative report that corroborated three women’s complaints that he made unwanted sexual advances.

Local research into police stops has reached similar conclusions.

Was there an investigation of people at DOJ before they arrived at that conclusion?

Editorial and political cartoon pages from throughout the world almost unanimously came to the same conclusion.

Following this line of reasoning to its logical conclusion, the way to achieve world peace is to give everyone atomic bombs.

In that sense, the last Report was mildly unsatisfying as a conclusion, in that it left so much unresolved.

Magnum came into being as a cooperative only two years after the conclusion of World War II.

And the others, not knowing that he had that day repented, sat at their distance and tried to form no conclusion.

The conclusion is reached that, despite these drawbacks, the Jesuit mission in Canada has made a hopeful beginning.

The interest of the story is now at an end; but much yet remains before the conclusion.

How would the involuntary accusation have been embittered, had he known that the Empress drew the same conclusion!

I made the experiment two years ago, and all my experience since has corroborated the conclusion then arrived at.


On this page you'll find 144 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conclusion, such as: closure, completion, consequence, denouement, development, and ending.

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