Not conclusive: inconclusive evidence. (adjective)
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Use "inconclusive" in a sentence
"I guess that's what you call inconclusive in a press release."
"For de Man, this double bind, far from being a reflection of the "authoritative voice" that he describes at the essay's opening, instead "produced frustrating books and teachers" — books and teachers that remain "inconclusive" rather than synthetic or summative, books and teachers trapped in the double imperative of close textual analysis and a conflicted yet "persistent commitment to the historical outlook.""
"Studies on that question remain inconclusive, however."