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Synonyms for conclusively

in conclusion

Synonyms for conclusively

in a conclusive way

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"Koch recognised the jewel-case and gave the name of the owner, who proved conclusively that it was his."
The face of the entire cliff was, as later inspection conclusively proved, so shot with veins and patches of solid gold as to quite present the appearance of a solid wall of that precious metal except where it was broken by outcroppings of ruby, emerald, and diamond boulders--a faint and alluring indication of the vast and unguessable riches which lay deeply buried behind the magnificent surface.
"But, Martin, if that be so, if all the doors are closed as you have shown so conclusively, how is it possible that any of the great writers ever arrived?"
Next morning I was considering in my mind our desperate situation and trying to think of a remedy, when Harris came to me with a Baedeker map which showed conclusively that the mountain we were on was still in Switzerland--yes, every part of it was in Switzerland.
It was recognized that a young woman who had taken lessons from Servin was capable of judging the paintings of the Musee conclusively, of making a striking portrait, copying an ancient master, or painting a genre picture.
It has been proven conclusively that they can not worship together around the grave of the Saviour of the World in peace.
"All right, then," Charley said, conclusively, "not less than a quarter of a mile, not more than a half."
The staunchest friends of the prisoner in Court were compelled to acknowledge that the evidence thus far pointed clearly and conclusively against him.
"For the first time, we can conclusively see the telltale signs of a circumplanetary disk, which helps to support many of the current theories of planet formation," Isella said in a ( statement.
The Tarnol police, though, could not conclusively prove their accusations against Iftikhar.
figure By MAUREEN KAKAH The Judiciary has defended the conviction and sentencing of a woman accused of defiling a 13-year-old boy nine years ago.Through the Deputy Director of Public Affairs and Communication Catherine Wambui, the Judiciary says that Lydia Achieng's case was conclusively dealt with and she was lawfully convicted.
The Parliament conclusively adopted amendments to the Disability Act, setting up a monitoring Council to promote, protect and watch for the rights of people with disabilities,A Focus News AgencyA reports.
Conclusively, it has strengthened the value of university as an institute.
While noting that it would not like to pre-empt the jurisdiction of the high court by conclusively determining the propositions raised in the case, the bench held that the high court had dismissed the petition on technical grounds instead of deciding it on merits.