conclusively

[ kuhn-kloo-siv ]SEE DEFINITION OF conclusively
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCLUSIVELY

The paths of the tornadoes we have referred to conclusively show this.

"And besides, the fall would have killed it," said Kate conclusively.

Well—that, as I may have remarked before, is indisputably and conclusively that.

"And he—he hasn't been introduced to me," said Miss Lady, conclusively.

It has been shown, conclusively, that he did not place it there, and probably did not cause it to be placed there.

So, soon all the evidence in hand was conclusively on his side.

“The same relation that the robin is to the waterbut,” said that bird, conclusively.

"Olive doesn't tell things of that sort," Dolph said conclusively.

But, after you have done it conclusively, you should go away.

These are questions which may never be conclusively answered.

WORD ORIGIN

1550s, "in conclusion," from conclusive + -ly (2). Meaning "decisively" is recorded from 1748.

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