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conclusion (meanings ‘end, close’ and ‘inference’ freq.; “in ” means (1) finally, e.g. Err. II. i. 74, (2) in short, e.g. Gent. II. i. 94, Oth I. i. 15)
1. problem, riddle Per. I. i. 56.
2. experiment Oth. I. iii. 334, Ant. V. ii. 356 “She hath pursu'd c-s infinite Of easy ways to die,” Cym. I. v. 18; so “try c-s” Ham. III. iv. 195, Lucr. 1160.
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