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Correct spelling:
closure

Synonyms:

noun
act
closing, closure.
cessation
end, interruption, pause, halt, discontinuance, hiatus, cessation, stay, termination, stoppage, abandonment, ending, standstill.
closing
shutdown, wind-up.
closure
closedown, stopper, block, shutdown, occlusion, closing, stoppage, cork, choke, gag rule, cloture, stop, plug, blockage, obstruction.
cognition
resolution, closure, settlement.
conclusion
cease, termination, closing, Desistance, cessation, finish, end, ending, stoppage, stop, close.
end
expiry, closing, finis, signoff, sign-off, expiries, wrap-up, terminus, sign off, conclusion, finises, omega.
ending
period.
fastener
hinge, anchor, buckle, fastening, twine, link, bonding, coupling, paste, lock, weld, bond, cincture, cement, pin, fastener, knitting, mucilage, suture, middleman, go-between, stitch, clamp, brace, cinch, button, skewer, snap, tie, cleat, nail, bolt, hawser, ligament, zipper, glue, clip, grapnel, seal, clasp, rabbet, lace, cotter, connector, binder, binding, staple, thread, vise, agent, mediator, band, spike, brad, fuse, splice, braid, guy, Vinculum, clinch, bracket, hitch, string, tack, catch, strap, chain, latch, belt, hook, medium, hasp, knot, rivet.
plug, seal
blockade, bung, bolt, lid, occlusion, padlock, fastener, cap, cork, stopper, tampon, stopple, latch, tap, obstruction, Occludent.
shutdown
closedown.
stopping point
stopping point.
verb
change
closure, cloture.
Examples of usage:
  1. Sound vibrations are represented issuing from the larynx, and here they become modified by the resonator; the throat portion of the resonator is shown continuous with the nasal passages; the mouth portion of the resonator is not in action, owing to the closure of the jaw and lips. – The Brain and the Voice in Speech and Song by F. W. Mott
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