abort, adjourn, break off, bring to a close, bring to an end, bring to rest, carry to completion, cease, climax, close, conficere, consummate, culminate, discharge, discontinue, dispose of, end, execute, exhaust, finalize, finire, finish, fulfill, halt, make an end of, make complete, maturate, prosecute to a conclusion, render complete, seal, set at rest, settle, shut down, stop, surcease, terminate
associated concepts: conclude a hearing, conclude a trial
choose, come to a determination, condudere, conligere, decide upon, declare, decree, decree by judicial authority, deduce, deem, deliver judgment, determine, end by a decision, find, form a judgment, form a resolution, form an opinion, give a ruling, give an opinion, give judgment, hold, infer, judge, make a decision, make a resolution, make terms, make up ones mind, pass judgment, pronounce a judgment, resolve, rule, seal, settle, settle in ones mind, settle upon, take a decisive step
associated concepts: conclusion of guilt, findings
adjudge, adjudicate, adjust (resolve), ascertain, assume (suppose), award, cap, cease, close (terminate), complete, construe (comprehend), consummate, culminate, decide, deduce, deduct (conclude by reasoning), deem, derive (deduce), determine, discharge (perform), discontinue (abandon), dispatch (dispose of), dissolve (terminate), expect (consider probable), expire, find (determine), finish, fix (settle), generalize, hold (decide), infer, judge, lapse (cease), liquidate (convert into cash), opine, perfect, perform (adhere to), presume, pronounce (pass judgment), read, reason (conclude), result, rule (decide), settle, stop, surmise, suspect (think), terminate, understand
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
v.(1) To end; to sum up.(2) To reach a judgment through reasoning.
The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008.