Conclusion in a sentence

Definition of Conclusion

The end, finish, close or last part of something. | The outcome or result of a process or act. | A decision reached after careful thought.

How to use Conclusion in a Sentence?

  • She came to the conclusion at last the thing she had been dreading was simply responsibility.
  • At the conclusion of her story, the screech owl wept anew and would not be consoled.
  • And nothing serves better to shirk it than to adopt the conclusion that man knows nothing of God.
  • This conclusion finds interesting support from the names of two fields in Kenneggie, viz.
  • And he could not help thinking that Professor Moorsom had arrived at the same conclusion too.
  • It was Farmer Scone who helped her to this conclusion and her final decision to go.
  • Walter Stone, at the conclusion of the luncheon, asked Overland to make a speech.
  • After much consideration, I have arrived at the conclusion that the two shapes engraved in Figs.
  • This court acquitted "him with the highest honors," a conclusion approved by General Washington.
  • But I had hardly reached this sensible conclusion when I became convinced that I was thirsty.
  • Lawrence had come to the conclusion that the guerrillas were surprised and totally unprepared for a fight.
  • It only shows that his philosophy leads to a conclusion which is in direct opposition to revelation.
  • Joan came to the gratifying conclusion that her father's wife was afraid of her.
  • The coolness of this assumption is admirable; but it is fully equalled by the conclusion which follows.
  • Immediately on the conclusion of the overture several professors left the table and clustered round the pianoforte.
  • It was a forced conclusion and had occurred at a time the people of the city were looking for some real direction.
  • At the conclusion of it those present kissed his hand and reverently touched with their forehead the hand-writing of the khalif.
  • The ratiocinative coples the partes of a ratiocination, and it either inferres the conclusion or the reason.
  • It did not require very keen scrutiny on his part to arrive swiftly at the conclusion that this one was not quite in the picture.
  • We cannot concur with these celebrated writers, and we would deduce a far different conclusion from the speculations of necessitarians.
  • But that system is only a hypothetical idea, though it is held to be a conclusion to which all the evidence seems unequivocally to point.
  • But, perhaps, the chief conclusion to be derived from hypnotic experience is the value of suggestion or suggestibility.
  • In conclusion I tender my most grateful thanks to all those who have so kindly collaborated with or for me in the various sections.
  • The hardship of such a conclusion would be still more apparent in regard to the conduct of a man whose general character is well known to be good.
  • The conclusion is forced upon us that at some period the tombs of the Godolphins were removed and desecrated.
  • Now, if we take either term of this alternative, we must adopt a conclusion which is at war with the idea of a God.
  • From that ship he was removed to the Congress, returning home on her on the conclusion of peace with Tripoli.
  • At the conclusion of each visit she had not failed to make him drink Her Majesty's health.
  • My most unexpected energy threw the whole table into a roar, at the conclusion of which Fin began his narrative of the mail-coach adventure.
  • But the conclusion sought to be established from this, that all our ideas of the supernatural are derived from this source, does not necessarily follow.
  • Both of these principles are conceded by those who will be among the foremost, in all probability, to deny the conclusion which necessarily flows from them.

Short Example Sentence for Conclusion

  • Your conclusion clears things so.
  • The two drew to a conclusion together.
  • At the conclusion of it Harvey rather snorted.
  • On this conclusion he felt no further inclination for observations.
  • The true conclusion from the foregoing review of opinions and arguments.
  • The conclusion of the summary was received at two minutes to 7.
  • The true conclusion from the foregoing review of opinions and arguments.
  • We talked it over a bit, but came to no conclusion about the matter.
  • The advice in this conclusion may be useful to Your Honours.

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