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My errors, however, have at least made me cautious and doubtful of my own conclusions.

He looked at her intently as she approached and formed his own conclusions.

Men have hurried to conclusions, and then argued from them as from facts.

But we put it on the irrefragable logic of the materialist's own premises and conclusions.

Before answering this inquiry, let us proceed to state what conclusions have been drawn.

Yet his conclusions were as sharp and distinct as those achieved by men.

You leave this business to me, Mr. Austin, and don't you go jumping at conclusions.

Of course I've tried to keep up with the conclusions of science.

There is a delightful readiness to jump to conclusions on the part of visitors.

It now struck him that the truth of his conclusions might be demonstrated without all the apparatus he had employed.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., "deduction or conclusion reached by reasoning," from Old French conclusion "conclusion, result, outcome," from Latin conclusionem (nominative conclusio), noun of action from past participle stem of concludere (see conclude). Also, from late 14c. "the end" (usually of speech or writing), "closing passages of a speech or writing."

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