- to bring to an end; finish; terminate: to conclude a speech with a quotation from the Bible.
- to say in conclusion: At the end of the speech he concluded that we had been a fine audience.
- to bring to a decision or settlement; settle or arrange finally: to conclude a treaty.
- to determine by reasoning; deduce; infer: They studied the document and concluded that the author must have been an eyewitness.
- to decide, determine, or resolve: He concluded that he would go no matter what the weather.
- to shut up or enclose.
- to restrict or confine.
- to come to an end; finish: The meeting concluded at ten o'clock.
- to arrive at an opinion or judgment; come to a decision; decide: The jury concluded to set the accused free.
Origin of conclude
Related Words for unconcludedbare, unadorned, undeveloped, incomplete, unfulfilled, undetermined, unsettled, unanswered, moot, undecided, pending, unsolved, unproved, empirical, preliminary, baffling, difficult, impenetrable, indecipherable, inexplicable
Examples from the Web for unconcluded
Historical Examples of unconcluded
Cash in consideration of an unconcluded marriage; that was how it read.Stella Fregelius
H. Rider Haggard
The Consul (or Vice-Consul) who took us for a drive told us a thrilling tale—as yet unconcluded—of two rival families.Fifty-One Years of Victorian Life
Margaret Elizabeth Leigh Child-Villiers, Countess of Jersey
This is actually shown by the fact that measurement proves to be an unconcluded and inconcludable operation.Natural Philosophy
- (also intr) to come or cause to come to an end or conclusion
- (takes a clause as object) to decide by reasoning; deducethe judge concluded that the witness had told the truth
- to arrange finally; settleto conclude a treaty; it was concluded that he should go
- obsolete to confine