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A second opinion from James Andrews, a leading elbow expert, was inconclusive.

Studies of natural disasters have been similarly inconclusive.

An additional test taken Saturday morning “came back inconclusive” that night, he said, and Loeffler notified “those with whom she had sustained direct contact.”

The most important limitation of the study, the researchers wrote, is that “the findings are inconclusive.”

The board will say whether the vaccine is effective, doesn’t work, or that the trial should continue because the results are inconclusive.

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But the available evidence is inconclusive about the effect of a small increase.

Indeed, the available evidence is inconclusive on what will happen to employment with an increase at these levels.

The initial military autopsy on Deirdre came back inconclusive as to the cause of her death.

“Uncertain,” “inconclusive,” “probably”—one would be alarmed to read such nervous gossip in a hack showbiz biog.

Yet so far, these studies have yielded inconclusive results.

His well-devised plan was defeated and the battle was as inconclusive as its predecessors.

And the same holds good of the other interesting but inconclusive parallels drawn by Dr. Cunliffe.

The drift towards independent labor politics, which many anticipate, also remains quite inconclusive.

For species on which I have few observations or rather inconclusive evidence, the circumstance of inadequate data is mentioned.

I thought that for a great lawyer, this style of proof was much too negative and inconclusive.

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On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inconclusive, such as: ambiguous, deficient, incomplete, uncertain, unconvincing, and uneventful.

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

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