Clinching Sentence?

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A clinching sentence is described as the last sentence that makes a conclusion in a paragraph. As it concludes a paragraph a clinching sentence summarises or offers a good solution to a subject or issue in discussion.
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Some sentences with cliches are below: If I don't finish this project by tomorrow, I'll be. in hot water. with my boss. The teacher gave the instructions, but they went. in one ear
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A clinching sentence is one that summarizes or offers a good solution to the subject or issue. It may include an answer asked previously so that it leaves no doubt. It may also be
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According to dictionary.com, clinch.  . 1. to settle (a matter) decisively: After they clinched the dealthey went out to celebrate. 2. to secure (a nail, screw, etc. in position
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