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add up to bring one to a logical conclusion; to make sense.
afterthought a thought that occurs after the conclusion of something, sometimes too late to be of use. [1/2 definitions]
anticlimax a disappointingly weak or ordinary conclusion or event, following events or statements that build expectations for something powerful or moving. [1/3 definitions]
apodosis in a conditional sentence, the clause that expresses the result or conclusion, sometimes beginning with "then". (Cf. protasis.)
beg the question to assume as true a conclusion to an argument and then present that conclusion as proof.
bitter end the end or conclusion of an unpleasant process, situation, or activity (usu. prec. by the). [1/2 definitions]
catastrophe a disastrous conclusion or ending. [1/3 definitions]
close an end; conclusion. [1/24 definitions]
coda a passage that brings a musical composition to a conclusion. [1/2 definitions]
consequence the conclusion drawn from a logical argument; inference. [1/3 definitions]
consequent following as a logical conclusion; logically consistent or correct. [1/3 definitions]
consummation an ultimate conclusion; end. [1/3 definitions]
corollary a readily drawn conclusion; deduction or inference. [1/4 definitions]
crown to bring to a successful or triumphant conclusion; complete worthily. [1/21 definitions]
culminate to arrive at a climax or conclusion (usu. fol. by "in"). [2 definitions]
data (used with a sing. or pl. verb) plural form of datum, an individual piece of information that is used to draw a conclusion.
datum an individual piece of information that is used to draw a conclusion. [1/2 definitions]
decide to arrive at a conclusion about or a settlement of; determine. [1/7 definitions]
deduce to draw (a conclusion) by reasoning from given information or general principles. [1/2 definitions]
deduct to draw (a conclusion) by deduction; deduce. [1/3 definitions]
deduction the drawing of a conclusion by reasoning, esp. from given information, stated premises, or general principles. (Cf. induction.) [2/4 definitions]