Conclusory meaning

kən-klo͝o'sə-rē
Of or pertaining to a conclusion; conclusive. [from 1846 through early 20th century]
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Conclusive.
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Relating to or being a conclusion of fact presented without the statement of specific supporting evidence upon which the conclusion is based.

Conclusory findings.

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Coming to a conclusion or decision; conclusive.
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Asserted as a conclusion without supporting facts.
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(law) Offering a conclusion with seriously deficient support in fact or logic; begging the question. [from 1923]

These claims are conclusory and unsupported by any specific allegations, let alone evidence.

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Origin of conclusory

  • From stem of conclusive +‎ -ory
    From Wiktionary