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AdjectiveEdit

concluding

  1. Finishing; closing; final.
    The concluding chapters of the book summarise the main points.
  2. (obsolete) Conclusive; convincing; decisive.
    • 1719, Thomas Davye, Joseph Stokes, The Baptism of Adult Believers Only, Asserted and Vindicated
      But if such Persons chafe and are angry, and so go from you, 'tis to me a very concluding Argument that they are not as yet very fit to be Members of the Community of Christ's Church.

VerbEdit

concluding

  1. present participle of conclude

NounEdit

concluding (plural concludings)

  1. A conclusion.
    • 1965, Ann Ree Colton, The soul and the ethic (page 167)
      He who obeys not the good Shepherd of the soul and heart has an untruthful mind; a mind filled with fallacies; a mind of wrong resolvings and concludings.

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