Definition of conclusiveness in US English:



  • See conclusive

    • ‘The operational coherence and conclusiveness of the abuse correction mechanism, of course, needs to be spelled out in institutional detail.’
    • ‘The section is well contained; physically by a fence, and intellectually by its conclusiveness.’
    • ‘The introduction into logic of psychological criteria of conclusiveness and truth is now often thought of as a retrograde step.’
    • ‘For example, DNA evidence may produce greater conclusiveness and sounder judgements in many cases.’
    • ‘The fact that no traces of agent have yet been found and that in fact other chemicals that one would not expect in this type of facility have been found, do raise doubts about the conclusiveness of the analysis.’