Pronunciation of Conclusive
/kənklˈuːsɪv/, /kənklˈuːsɪv/, /k_ə_n_k_l_ˈuː_s_ɪ_v/
Synonyms for conclusive:
Other synonyms and related words:
deciding, crucial, definitive, effective, unambiguous, suggestive, demonstrative, provable, convincing, determinate, determinative, authoritative, obvious, documentary, official, demonstrable, irrefutable, cogent, persuasive, univocal, symptomatic, irrevocable, strong, perfected, reflective, circumstantial, satisfying, telling, forceful, sanctioned, compelling, corroborative, determining, valid, reliable.
entire, final, unified, universal, complete, unabridged, done, sum, uncut, intact, finished, plenary, solid, undivided, unsevered, total, accomplished, all, exhaustive, integral, through, collective, whole, thorough, comprehensive, full.
definite, final (adjective)
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Sense 4 (noun)
Usage examples for conclusive:
- I admit that none of this was conclusive, but after all, if I was wrong we were sunk anyway. - "Greylorn", John Keith Laumer.
- On this point we have the conclusive evidence of Caccini's own words as found in the preface to his " Nuove Musiche." - "Some Forerunners of Italian Opera", William James Henderson.
- There has never been any conclusive proof, remember, that the Serbs were responsible for Ferdinand's assasination. - "The New Frontiers of Freedom from the Alps to the Ã†gean", Edward Alexander Powell.