conclusion

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Synonyms for conclusion

Synonyms for conclusion

a position reached after consideration

a position arrived at by reasoning from premises or general principles

Synonyms for conclusion

a position or opinion or judgment reached after consideration

an intuitive assumption

the temporal end

the proposition arrived at by logical reasoning (such as the proposition that must follow from the major and minor premises of a syllogism)

a final settlement

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Estate agents, like any business, should not leap to conclusions about people based on their clothes or accent.''
Unfortunately the author failed to do much basic secondary historical research and has a tendency to leap to conclusions based on questionable or erroneous interpretations of evidence.
Meyers, on the contrary, seems to leap to conclusions without enough recourse to facts.
Emerson was not alone in his leap to conclusions. Former Oklahoma Representative Dave McCurdy, who had headed the House Intelligence Committee, cited Emerson's December 1994 PBS documentary, Jihad in America, which shows Muslims meeting in Oklahoma City allegedly to wage war on this country, as proof that Islamic terrorist groups were involved.
But don't leap to conclusions. Lots of things can cause a big jump in spending.
Too many people embark on a path from which they leap to conclusions and then decide to treat their self-diagnosed ulcer with antacids.
Try not to leap to conclusions until you have all the facts.
"It's always important when you see something like that video not to leap to conclusions," he said.