Definition of "inconclusiveness" [inconclusiveness]
The state or condition of being inconclusive.(noun)
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Use "inconclusiveness" in a sentence
"That split is leading to further "inconclusiveness" on what the Fed will do at its next meeting, either follow recent statements and keep interest rates on hold, or follow financial-market concerns and cut, said Carl Forcheski, vice president for foreign exchange at Société Générale in New York."
"Nonetheless, on December 13, 1999, despite the inconclusiveness of the "group identification" and the lack of mass graves, the Pentagon released its official, public announcement that all members of this crew of U.S. military service personnel are now "accounted for." ..."
"Tribal members said because of the inconclusiveness of the government response, they were forced to take matters into their own hands, and exact the traditional tribal blood price: the death of a suspected assassin or members of his tribe."