Clarke jumped up and stretched his hands four feet apart, for he recognizes no conclusiveness when “one is called against him.”
And in proof of the conclusiveness of his opinion all the wrinkles vanished from his face.
The conclusiveness of testimony is designated moral certainty.
These works are valuable and authoritative, but their conclusiveness may be disputed.
As to the conclusiveness of the Governor's and canvassers' certificates.
An objection against the conclusiveness of this argument will be mentioned in the sequel.
Fī′nalism; Fī′nalist; Final′ity, state of being final: completeness or conclusiveness.
He saw life only in its spiritual aspect and the logic of Nathan Perry angered him with its conclusiveness.
Mr. Thomas Hardy, in his powerful fiction, "Tess," plainly accepts the conclusiveness of these views.
The calmness, dignity, and conclusiveness of Marshall's rejoinder can be appreciated only by reading the entire document.
1610s, "occurring at the end," from French conclusif, from Late Latin conclusivus, from conclus-, past participle stem of concludere (see conclude). Meaning "definitive, decisive, convincing" (putting an end to debate) is from 1640s. Related: Conclusiveness.