Inconclusive

Antonyms of INCONCLUSIVE

Examples of usage:

  1. The result of the first trial was inconclusive and on the central point the Court divided four to four. "The United States Since The Civil War" by Charles Ramsdell Lingley
  2. The new test to determine responsibility will recognize, as does the law of Germany, that there can be no criminal act where the free determination of the will is excluded by disease, and that the capacity to distinguish between right and wrong is inconclusive. "Courts and Criminals" by Arthur Train

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