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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of conclude.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. having come or been brought to a conclusion

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Kosmin concluded from the 1990 data that many saw God as a "personal hobby," and that the USA is "a greenhouse for spiritual sprouts."

    Most religious groups in USA have lost ground, survey finds

  • Vavi on Thursday said there were moves afoot amongst the ANC leadership to oust Mantashe before his term concluded in 2012.

    News24 Top Stories

  • His term concluded at the beginning of this year, and we look forward to working closely with his successor.

    Ministerial Statement on Burma

  • At all events, the disastrous term concluded quietly.

    The Longest Journey

  • Palin concluded by encouraging Americans to voice their opposition to their senators before the vote.

    Palin slams Senate health care vote

  • And what I concluded is that it requires each of us to have both the desire to improve our neighborhood and the inability to tolerate the status quo.

    Flowers in the Desert

  • "An 'you ain't never seen bad luck," Edwin concluded triumphantly.

    Page 2

  • When Darwin concluded that animals were capable of reasoning in a rudimentary way, Mr. Burroughs laid him out in the same fashion by saying: "But Darwin was also a much greater naturalist than psychologist" — and this despite Darwin's long life of laborious research that was not wholly confined to a rural district such as Mr. Burroughs inhabits in New York.

    The Other Animals

  • Out of ten times ten thousand passages of Cape Stiff from east to west, this, they have concluded, is the best strategy.

    CHAPTER XXXVII

  • The document uses jargon that effectively calls for linking standardized test scores to teacher evaluation, a scheme that several recent studies concluded is ineffective in improving student achievement.

    The bankrupt 'school reform manifesto' of Rhee, Klein, etc.

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