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  • adj. inconclusive

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Inconclusive.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Inconclusive.


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  • I am actually coming to believe that life WILL occur where the chemical & physical conditions are suitable and once that occurs natural selection will heave advances off even though the timescales could be far far greater than we could replicate here, which is why experiments like the famed Miller-Urey one are still unconclusive.

    Will God roll snake eyes?

  • Ive had a rather unconclusive and uncomfortable stomach condition for the past 3 years which by the way is not related to stress which also means it is not an ulcer.

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  • Did you consider the number of Blacks among Whites when considering such unconclusive agruments?

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  • Ans. The first proposition must be supposed universal, or else the whole will quickly be manifested to be unconclusive.

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  • After telling me that much Fyne sat helpless in unconclusive agony.


  • After felling me that much Fyne sat helpless in unconclusive agony.

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  • But this reasoning is plainly unconclusive; because it supposes, that in our denial of a cause we still grant what we expressly deny, viz. that there must be a cause; which therefore is taken to be the object itself; and that, no doubt, is an evident contradiction.

    A treatise of human nature

  • Otx and Emx, two transcription factors involved in anterior patterning of the central nervous system in bilaterians, gave similarly unconclusive results with respect to cnidarian / bilaterian "head" homology

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  • 3, The gentiles shall come to thy light, and kings to the glory of thy rising; with other such texts, which they call proofs; though so unconclusive and impertinent to the matter in hand, that they prove nothing but the folly and absurdity of those that allege them.

    Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions. Vol. VII.


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