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Synonyms for conclude

Synonyms for conclude

to bring or come to a natural or proper end

to bring about or come to an agreement concerning

to put into correct or conclusive form

to make up or cause to make up one's mind

to arrive at (a conclusion) from evidence or reasoning

Synonyms for conclude

bring to a close

reach a conclusion after a discussion or deliberation

come to a close

reach agreement on

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Let’s go in, and talk the thing over in reason; I dare to say that the money can be easily found, and I partly conclude, from what passed, that Judge Temple will pay it himself.
I conclude that your baggage is too heavy to allow you to pass through the gates of Paradise.
Hence, under ordinary circumstances, I conclude that for a cliff 500 feet in height, a denudation of one inch per century for the whole length would be an ample allowance.
We may, I think, safely conclude that sediment must be accumulated in extremely thick, solid, or extensive masses, in order to withstand the incessant action of the waves, when first upraised and during subsequent oscillations of level.
And in the distant future, a geologist examining these beds, might be tempted to conclude that the average duration of life of the embedded fossils had been less than that of the glacial period, instead of having been really far greater, that is extending from before the glacial epoch to the present day.
Although I attach no sort of credit to the fantastic Indian legend of the gem, I must acknowledge, before I conclude, that I am influenced by a certain superstition of my own in this matter.
District Judge Susan Webber Wright concludes after the exchange that ``If you want to know the truth, I'm not sure Mr.
Smith concludes that virtually all schools of environmentalist thought "have, in some way, to be measured against the backdrop of deep ecology, since they can be seen as variations .
Although various analyses disagree on the extent of future costs, they justify taking action "beyond no regrets" strategies, concludes the IPCC.
Estimation of the marginal tax rate also would require knowledge of when deferred tax liabilities or assets will be realized if an enterprise concludes a valuation allowance is necessary to reduce a deferred tax asset to an amount that is more likely than not to be realized.
Study Concludes Municipalities Have Valid Role in Telecommunications under Certain Conditions
As noted, each case is fact-intensive; whether the court concludes that sanctions are appropriate depends on its particular facts and circumstances.
Based on all the facts of record, and for the reasons discussed above, the Board concludes that consummation of the proposal is not likely to result in any significantly adverse effects on competition or on the concentration of banking resources in the Muncie banking market or any other relevant banking market, and that competitive factors are consistent with approval of the proposal.
Mandatory minimum drug sentences have been popular since the 1980s, but a new study concludes that conventional penalties are more cost-effective, and drug treatment produces the best results of all.
The TAM concludes that, unlike the costs at issue in Plainfield-Union, the costs incurred by the taxpayer in removing the asbestos "increased the value, use and capacity of the taxpayer's property as compared to the status of its property in its original asbestos-containing condition.