“Uncertain,” “inconclusive,” “probably”—one would be alarmed to read such nervous gossip in a hack showbiz biog.
But the available evidence is inconclusive about the effect of a small increase.
Police documents show that Ladewig took a polygraph exam on January 20 and the results were inconclusive.
The speech was elegant but evasive, inclusive in tone but inconclusive in terms of actual policy.
Indeed, the available evidence is inconclusive on what will happen to employment with an increase at these levels.
We need not, however, spend much time on the well-worn but inconclusive arguments of the older critics.
His opening speech, tame and inconclusive, discouraged his own followers.
Gideon Whipple mercifully broke in while Harvey D. floundered upon an inconclusive period.
The evidence with which Mr. Randall fortifies his position is inconclusive.
He was interesting and inconclusive, and the original papers to which he referred her discursive were at best only suggestive.