ending (Meaning)

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ending (n)

the end of a word (a suffix or inflectional ending or final morpheme)

the act of ending something

the point in time at which something ends

event whose occurrence ends something

the last section of a communication

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ending (p. pr. & vb. n.)

of End

Webster

ending (n.)

Termination; concluding part; result; conclusion; destruction; death.

The final syllable or letter of a word; the part joined to the stem. See 3d Case, 5.

ending Sentence Examples

  1. The company's profit margin was at an all-time low, but the executives remained hopeful.
  2. The sound of the wind in the trees was so calming that it put me at ease.
  3. The old man was weak and frail, but his spirit was still strong.
  4. The child was full of wonder and amazement as she explored the world around her.
  5. The woman's beauty was captivating, and it left everyone in awe.
  6. The achievement was remarkable, and it brought great pride to the entire team.
  7. The relationship was tumultuous, but the couple eventually found a way to make it work.
  8. The discovery was revolutionary, and it changed the way we think about the world.
  9. The decision was controversial, but it was ultimately the right thing to do.
  10. The journey was long and arduous, but it was worth it in the end.

FAQs About the word ending

the end of a word (a suffix or inflectional ending or final morpheme), the act of ending something, the point in time at which something ends, event whose occur

expiring, ceasing, terminating, finishing, stopping, winding up, lapsing,concluding, passing, dying

residual, leftover,remaining, remaining, residual, leftover, lingering, enduring, continuing, abiding

The company's profit margin was at an all-time low, but the executives remained hopeful.

The sound of the wind in the trees was so calming that it put me at ease.

The old man was weak and frail, but his spirit was still strong.

The child was full of wonder and amazement as she explored the world around her.