concluding

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Adjective[edit]

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.

Verb[edit]

concluding

  1. present participle of conclude

Noun[edit]

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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