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unconcluded

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Pronunciation: /ʌnkənˈkluːdɪd
 
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Definition of unconcluded in English:

adjective

Not yet brought to a conclusion: unconcluded agreements
More example sentences
  • So instead we have a rather desperate scrabbling for effect - an overload of pointless detail and badly timed revelation, a melodramatic blurting of untethered, unconcluded event.
  • There may be three tournaments still very much unconcluded but, in age old fashion, club rugby will be totally ignored for the next two months during the Six Nations.
  • Human understanding comes in accepting this ongoing, unconcluded conversational array of riches as presenting a variety of different ways of understanding self and world.

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