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1. Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0
absonant, contradictory, contrary to reason, fallacious, faulty, feeble, flawed, flimsy, groundless, illogical, inauthentic, incongruous, inconsequent, inconsequential, inconsistent, indecisive, indefinite, indeterminate, insubstantial, invalid, irrational, loose, nonscientific, not following, not proved, open, paralogical, poor, reasonless, self-annulling, self-contradictory, self-refuting, senseless, unascertained, unattested, unauthentic, unauthenticated, uncertain, uncertified, unconfirmed, unconnected, uncorroborated, undemonstrated, undetermined, unestablished, unfinished, unfixed, unfounded, unphilosophical, unproved, unproven, unreasonable, unresolved, unrigorous, unscientific, unsettled, unshown, unsound, unsubstantial, unsubstantiated, unsupported, unsupported by evidence, unsustained, untested, untried, unvalidated, unverified, weak, without basis, without grounds, without reason
Dictionary Results for inconclusive:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
    adj 1: not conclusive; not putting an end to doubt or question;
           "an inconclusive reply"; "inconclusive evidence"; "the
           inconclusive committee vote" [ant: conclusive]

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Inconclusive \In`con*clu"sive\, a.
   Not conclusive; leading to no conclusion; not closing or
   settling a point in debate, or a doubtful question; as,
   evidence is inconclusive when it does not exhibit the truth
   of a disputed case in such a manner as to satisfy the mind,
   and put an end to debate or doubt.
   [1913 Webster]

         Arguments . . . inconclusive and impertinent. --South.
   -- In`con*clu"sive*ly, adv. -- In`con*clu"sive*ness, n.
   [1913 Webster]

3. Bouvier's Law Dictionary, Revised 6th Ed (1856)
INCONCLUSIVE. What does not put an end to a thing. Inconclusive presumptions 
are those which may be overcome by opposing proof; for example, the law 
presumes that he who  possesses personal property is the owner of it, but 
evidence is allowed to contradict this presumption, and show who is the true 
owner. 3 Bouv. Inst. in. 3063. 

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