Definition of conclusion :
have an end, in a temporal, spatial, or quantitative sense; either spatial or metaphorical; " the bronchioles terminate in a capillary bed"; " Your rights stop where you infringe upon the rights of other"; " My property ends by the bushes"; " The symphony ends in a pianissimo"
induction, final result, closedown, polish, proof, finding, evidence, refinement, cease, shutting, mop up, purpose, coda, closure, wind-up, start, decide, expiry, remainder, terminus, finishing, last, decisiveness, resolution, remnant, illative, goal, stopping point, endpoint, destruction, cultivation, summing-up, shutdown, reason, coating, continue, destination, cobbler's last, closing curtain, ratiocination, demonstration, judgment, illation, wrap-up, oddment, outcome, stop, end point, culture, consequence, certainty, resultant, result, final stage, end of the line, shoemaker's last, decision
completion (part of speech: noun)
calculation (part of speech: noun)
estimation, statistics, calculation, gauge, thought, approximation, value, consideration, judgement, mathematics, tally, evaluation, account, supposition, presumption, count, rank, assessment, arithmetic, method, computation, schedule, appraisal, program, study, plot, enumeration, system, calculus, quantification, score, inference, algorithm, guess, multiplication, sum, deduction, plan, reckoning, valuation, determination, triangulation, division, algebra, scheme, measurement, total
end (part of speech: noun)
follower (part of speech: noun)
lastly (part of speech: adverb)
- Have you been active enough to arrive at any conclusion? - "The Way of Ambition", Robert Hichens.
- Kepenau had nearly brought his address to a conclusion when we arrived. - "Afar in the Forest", W.H.G. Kingston.
- There was a small door in the back of the Nameless's shed, and at this door there had been waiting, for some moments before the conclusion of the race, a big automobile. - "The Girl Aviators' Sky Cruise", Margaret Burnham.