What is the opposite of concluded?

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Adjective
Opposite of finished or having been brought to an end
Adjective
Opposite of denotes a termination of something or an action
“He noted to the King, that this was only the initial part of the war.”
Adjective
Opposite of finished or having been brought to an end
“The work was incomplete at the time of his death but it is still a work of the greatest significance in the theory of probability.”
Adjective
Opposite of not open to question or debate
Adjective
(also used in adverb or preposition form) Opposite of finished or having been brought to an end
“Good health and peace of mind are crucial to my ongoing happiness.”
Adjective
(ongoing) Opposite of finished or having been brought to an end
“It is advisable to prepare a draft acceptable to both parties at the earliest possible while the business negotiations are ongoing.”
Adjective
Opposite of having been decided
“With his latest injury, his future in football is now uncertain.”
Adjective
Opposite of no longer happening or existing
“Innovation is still alive and well and is the foundation for American ingenuity.”
Adjective
Opposite of having the approval or authorization of an authority or public body
Adjective
Opposite of no longer capable, effective or needed
Verb
Opposite of to have carried out an action to the end
“I abandoned my search for the perfect wife.”
Verb
Opposite of to have brought an event to a close or conclusion
“Casandra's tune opened the show, heralding the start of a weekend of festivities.”
Verb
Opposite of to have come to a judgment
“Because of your erratic results, the boss wavered when he was deciding on what your pay increase should have been.”
Verb
(continued) Opposite of past tense for to bring to, or come to, an end
“I could walk from this cave, leave him to meet his maker, and continue the quest I was sent to do.”
Verb
(prolonged) Opposite of past tense for to bring to, or come to, an end
“All this dithering does is prolong the operation more than is necessary.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to arrive at a judgment or opinion by reasoning
“I don't know where we are going, but I can only guess it's not going to be a beach paradise.”
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