inconclusive

[ in-kuhn-kloo-siv ]SEE DEFINITION OF inconclusive

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Seems they had a bet on, and their last game was inconclusive.

But all this was inconclusive, for the reason that Mrs. Smiley was not fastened as she is now.

This is what renders any theoretical appraisal so inconclusive.

But while as matter of logic it is inconclusive, as matter of fact it is chimerical.

But this argument of Maimonides is very weak and inconclusive.

His opening speech, tame and inconclusive, discouraged his own followers.

The evidence with which Mr. Randall fortifies his position is inconclusive.

So the conflict rages, exciting, even absorbing, but inconclusive.

The circumstance, after all, is as inconclusive as the fact is immaterial.

My inconclusive data lend but little support to this possibility.

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