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Definition of "in conclusion" []

  • In short. (noun)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "in conclusion" in a sentence
  • "It may be mentioned in conclusion that Morone had much to do with the founding of the important Collegium Germanicum in Rome, a work in which he was closely associated with St. Ignatius Loyola."
  • "Every body see it in the same light and it will bring us all to one way of thinking, so that you may soon expect to hear of new governments in every colony and in conclusion a declaration of Independency by Congress."
  • "I want, in conclusion to these brief introductory remarks, to say a few words concerning phallicism in connection with my topic."
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