inconclusiveness

inconclusive

[in-kuhn-kloo-siv]
adjective
1.
not conclusive; not resolving fully all doubts or questions: inconclusive evidence.
2.
without final results or outcome: inconclusive experiments.

Origin:
1680–90; in-3 + conclusive

inconclusively, adverb
inconclusiveness, noun


unsettled, indecisive, indefinite.
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inconclusive (ˌɪnkənˈkluːsɪv)
 
adj
not conclusive or decisive; not finally settled; indeterminate
 
incon'clusively
 
adv
 
incon'clusiveness
 
n

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