Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a conclusive manner; decisively; with final determination: as, the point of law is conclusively settled.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. In the way of conclusion; decisively; positively.
- adv. in a conclusive way
- conclusive + -ly (Wiktionary)
“It emerges conclusively from the effects obtained from the most varied sites of stimulation falling in the area named that here too no grouping is found in contrast, for example in the formation of nuclei; each particular syndrome shows a fairly large scatter.”
“Anyway, as has already been stated and will now be seen, the evidence of his coins conclusively shows that the God to whom Constantine from first to last attributed his victories, was -- the Sun-God.”
“This war has taught us and has taught Britain conclusively that it is a dangerous thing that any vital industries of Britain should be in the hands of the enemy, or that the enemy should have any control over the country.”
“A man whose brother disappeared 11 years earlier learns conclusively from a photograph, seen just after his mother’s funeral, that his brother is still alive.”
“Sullivan was encouraging Palin to disprove it conclusively, that is to put that nonsense to rest.”
“A meeting can end quite conclusively, that is: the ending of the meeting can be a conclusive ending, but if the meeting itself was not conclusive of the matter which was the subject of the meeting then the meeting might end inconclusive.”
“I know that using religion as an argument is ALWAYS a losing position as it can not be proven conclusively, that is why it is called faith.”
“There's a CIA intelligence report and Justice Department investigation that shows "conclusively" that Cheney is correct.”
“Did she carry out all four investigations herself that allegedly proved "conclusively" that Mohamud wasn't Mohamud?”
“They will then carry out four separate investigations to prove "conclusively" that you aren't you.”
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