rush to conclusions

rush to conclusions

To draw conclusions, make decisions, or form opinions before one has all the pertinent facts. I know you found some suspicious things in her office, but don't rush to conclusions—talk to her first. I must apologize for rushing to conclusions earlier. I should have given you the benefit of the doubt.
See also: conclusion, rush

rush to conclusions

to try to reach a conclusion too fast, probably with insufficient evidence; to jump to conclusions. I hope that you don't rush to any conclusions. I can explain this. I'm afraid you are rushing to conclusions when you speak of canceling the performance.
See also: conclusion, rush
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There's a decent chance that a history major would learn that lesson, along with the lesson not to rush to conclusions like "the end of history."
The defense secretary made the remarks at a security conference in the island kingdom of Bahrain, across a bridge from Saudi Arabia, shortly before Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir decried what he said was a rush to conclusions before the investigation's completion.
and Taiwan differ greatly at this stage, therefore more time is needed to observe conditions and it is too early to rush to conclusions.
As a border lawmaker who lives literally, a few feet from the border wall and who has been questioning what we're doing with the money, I think we need to put some metrics and some numbers in [place] in order to be smart about our state dollars and not rush to conclusions."
However, Bergmanis added that nobody should rush to conclusions just yet.
If not, it's best not to rush to conclusions about the inherent evils of technology.
"But I would not rush to conclusions, as you seem to be, that they have somehow missed something."
"The intelligence services are still collecting information about him but I wouldn't rush to conclusions, as you seem to be, that they have somehow missed something," Rudd said.
Detectives probing Gray's death have handed their investigation over to prosecutors, but Batts urged people not to rush to conclusions. "I understand the frustration, I understand the sense of urgency, and so has the organization and that is why we have finished (the probe) a day ahead of time," Batts said.--AFP R.Z.
He said that he would not rush to conclusions before the results of investigations are released.
But Terim said it was too early to rush to conclusions. "We will talk about what happened together.
I know many were surprised I escaped punishment, but people shouldn't always rush to conclusions without knowing the facts.
"We shouldn't rush to conclusions about those statistics, but everybody involved in policing has a duty to make sure that nobody is ever stopped just on the basis of their skin color or ethnicity."
Earlier in the day, highly placed sources had reposed faith in India's Dublin mission and felt it was "best we should not rush to conclusions." During his meeting with McLaughlin, Ganapathy said India was unhappy that a young life had come to an untimely end and hoped the Indian Ambassador in Dublin would be regularly updated about the probe's progress and outcome.
Slow down, all I meant was there's more to find out about them and that could be very exciting - but don't rush to conclusions.