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  • The answer of the sisters to the communication was, if not conclusive, at least consoling and hopeful.
  • He even succeeded in ranging his wife on his side on this question, though he found the feat very difficult to accomplish, because unnatural; but the general’s arguments were conclusive, and founded upon obvious facts.
  • Her outburst of this evening about Evgenie’s uncle proves that conclusively.

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  • conclusive proof
  • the evidence is conclusive

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