inconclusible

adjective
in·​con·​clu·​si·​ble | \¦inkən¦klüzəbəl\

Definition of inconclusible 

: impossible to bring to an end an inconclusible argument

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History and Etymology for inconclusible

in- entry 1 + obsolete conclusible, from Latin conclusus (past participle of concludere to conclude) + English -ible

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