conclusion definition

  • noun:
    • The close or last component; the conclusion or finish.
    • The result or upshot of an act or procedure.
    • A judgment or decision reached after deliberation. See Synonyms at decision.
    • your final arrangement or settlement, at the time of a treaty.
    • Law The close of a plea or deed.
    • Logic The idea that must follow from significant and small premises in a syllogism.
    • Logic The proposition concluded from one or more premises; a deduction.
    • the conclusion, finish, near or last section of some thing.
    • The outcome or outcome of a process or act.
    • a determination achieved after cautious thought.
    • In a disagreement or syllogism, the idea that employs as a necessary consequence of the premises.
    • the very last element of any such thing; near; cancellation; end.
    • concluding decision; determination; outcome.
    • Any inference or results of reasoning.
    • The inferred idea of a syllogism; the required result of the problems asserted in 2 associated propositions known as premises. See Syllogism.
    • Drawing of inferences.
    • An experiment, or something like that from where a conclusion can be attracted.
    • the finish or close of a pleading, e.g., the formal ending of an indictment, “against the serenity,” etc.
    • An estoppel or bar wherein you were held to a specific place.
    • the conclusion, close, or cancellation; the last part: as, the final outcome of a journey.
    • Final result; result; upshot.
    • Determination; concluding decision.
    • A proposition concluded or inferred from premises; the proposition toward which an argumentation tends, or that will be established by it; in addition, rarely, the work of inference.
    • In grammar, that clause of a conditional phrase which states the consequence of the proposition thought inside condition or protasis; the apodosis.
    • In rhetoric, the final main division of a discourse; that part where, the conversation being completed, its bearings tend to be deduced or its points are summarized; a peroration, application, or recapitulation.
    • An experiment; a tentative work for determining everything. [Obsolete except into the expression to try conclusions.]
    • in-law: the result of an act where he which made it happen is bound not to ever do anything inconsistent therewith; an estoppel.
    • The end of a pleading or conveyance.
    • A finding or determination.
    • a thing that is certain to be done or to happen: because, it is a foregone summary he will undoubtedly be elected.
    • the past part of a communication
    • your final settlement
    • the work of making your brain about anything
    • occasion whose event comes to an end some thing
    • the temporal end; the concluding time
    • a situation or opinion or view achieved after consideration
    • an intuitive assumption
    • the work of ending something
    • the proposition arrived at by rational reasoning (including the proposition that has to follow from the major and minor premises of a syllogism)

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