conclusory definition

  • adjective:
    • Conclusive.
    • legislation persuading, not so much so that contradiction is impossible; perhaps not justified or sustained by all the realities: "Perfunctory and conclusory conclusions associated with magistrate . . . did not comport with requirements of Federal Rules of Civil Process” ( National Law Journal).
    • Of or pertaining to a conclusion; conclusive.
    • legislation: Offering a conclusion without encouraging informative proof; question-begging.
    • Conclusive.
  • others:
    • Conclusive.

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