Constructive vs Conclusive - What's the difference?

constructive | conclusive |


As adjectives the difference between constructive and conclusive

is that constructive is relating to or causing construction while conclusive is pertaining to a conclusion.

constructive

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Relating to or causing construction.
  • Carefully considered and meant to be helpful.
  • (legal) Imputed by law; created to give legal effect to something for equitable reasons, as with constructive notice or a constructive trust.
  • Synonyms

    * (carefully considered and meant to be helpful) productive

    Antonyms

    * (relating to or causing construction) destructive * (carefully considered and meant to be helpful) destructive

    Derived terms

    * constructive criticism * constructive dismissal * constructive eviction * constructive notice * constructive logic * constructive trust * constructively * constructiveness * constructivism * deconstructive * inconstructive * unconstructive ----

    conclusive

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Pertaining to a conclusion
  • Providing an end to something; decisive.
  • The set of premises of a valid argument is conclusive in the sense that no further evidence could possibly be added to the set of premises which would make the argument invalid.