conclusory

[kuhn-kloo-suh-ree]
adjective

Origin:
1840–50; see conclusive, -ory1

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conclusory
1846, "pertaining to a conclusion," from conclusion. Probably coined because the secondary "decisive" sense had come to predominate in conclusive.
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Example sentences
Conclusory statement based on facts not in evidence.
Thus, the details of the affidavit demonstrate its content is not merely
  conclusory hearsay.
It is not enough for a plaintiff to offer only conclusory allegations or a
  simple recital of the elements of a claim.
Mere conclusory or generalized allegations cannot support a request for
  nondisclosure.
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