Examples of summation in a Sentence
A summation can be found at the end of the report.
We gave a summation of our discovery.
The defense attorneys and prosecutors are set to make their final summations today.
Recent Examples of summation from the Web
Guare’s pithy summation of his findings stuck … to Kevin Bacon.
The summations come during the sixth week of the trial in Federal District Court in Manhattan.
Ivan Davis Miami Herald File The show was a fitting summation to an enviable career in the arts.
All this made the president’s anecdote a discomfiting listen — and also a fitting summation of his administration’s approach to the opioid epidemic.
The commission on Thursday released detailed summations of how each of the projects stacks up.
That’s a good summation of not just the spirit in which Fire and Fury was written, but the ethos that has governed Michael Wolff’s career.
The really funny thing, however, is that Bradford’s one-word summation could also be used to describe what is about to take place Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field.
Miuccia Prada's summation of her new collection was surprisingly direct.
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First Known Use of summation
grand total, the whole bit, the whole kit and caboodle, the whole nine yards, the whole shebang;
SUMMATION Defined for English Language Learners
: a brief description of the most important information about something
law : a final speech made by a lawyer in a court of law to give a summary of the main arguments in a case
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