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finish
Definition:
That which finishes, puts an end to or perfects.

Synonyms:

noun
attribute
coating, finish, finishing.
cessation
cutoff, time off, Desistance, time out, timeout, let-up, break-off, breakoff, grinding halt, screaming halt.
close
windup, windups.
closing
wind-up.
coating; perfecting
appearance, beauty, burnish, cultivation, culture, elaboration, glaze, grace, grain, lacquer, luster, patina, perfection, polish, refinement, shine, smoothness, surface, texture, veneer.
cognition
finish.
completion
accomplishment, achievement, arrival, climax, completion, conclusion, consummation, culmination, execution, finale, fruition, fulfillment, termination.
conclusion; completion
accomplishment, achievement, acquirement, acquisition, annihilation, attainment, cease, cessation, close, closing, culmination, curtain, death, defeat, denouement, end, ending, finale, finis, last, ruin, stop, termination, terminus, wrap, Desistance, curtains, end of the line, end of the road, last stage, wind-up, winding-up, wrap-up.
covering
coat, coating.
death
eternal rest, losses, necrosis, obliteration, passing, after life.
education
apprenticeship, inculcation, learnedness, literacy, pedagogy, proselytism, schooling, Pedagogics, Propagandism, drillings, apprenticeships, book learning, in formation.
enamel
cloisonne, enamel, japan, topcoat, topcoats, japans, top coat.
end
cessation, closing, death, demise, ending, expiration, finis, terminal, windup.
ending
cessation, close.
event
finish.
feel
palpation, vibes, Taction, vibe, Palpations, feels.
finality
inevitableness, intactness, Irrevocability, unavoidability, terminality.
finish
cease, close, coating, complete, conclusion, cultivation, culture, destination, eat up, end, end up, ending, finale, finis, finishing, goal, last, polish, polish off, refinement, stop, stopping point, terminate, wind up.
limit
term.
perfection
entireness, exactness, excellency, exquisiteness, idealism, phoenix, ripeness, transcendence, Excellencies, Impeccability, Perfectness, faultlessness, phoenixes, finishings, idealisms.
sequel
spin off, causatum, part two, spin-off.
sheen
shininess.
siding
cladding, outer wall, outer walls.
skill
touch.
stop
brick wall, blank wall, screeching halt.
stopping point
stopping point.
symmetry
centrality, equipoise, proportionality, Centralities, proportionalities.
touch
virtuosity.
verb
bring to a conclusion; get done
accomplish, achieve, carry through, clinch, complete, conclude, crown, culminate, determine, discharge, effect, execute, finalize, fold, fulfill, halt, make, mop up, perfect, round off, scratch, scrub, settle, shut down, shutter, terminate, top off, ultimate, wrap up, break up, wind up, round up, deal with, DO, sew up, have done with, Make short work of, bag it, bring to a close, get out of the way, hang it up, put finishing touches on.
change
finish.
complete
accomplish, achieve, arrive, close, complete, conclude, consummate, culminate, end, execute, fill, finalize, fulfill, graduate, integrate, terminate, unify.
consume, use up
deplete, devour, dispatch, dispose of, drain, drink, eat, empty, exhaust, expend, go, spend, use, wash up, run through.
contact
finish.
defeat; kill
annihilate, assassinate, best, bring down, carry off, destroy, do in, down, exterminate, get rid of, liquidate, overcome, overpower, put away, rout, rub out, slaughter, slay, take out, vaporize, worst, take off, put an end to.
end
cap, cease, checkmate, decease, die, exit, expire, halt, pass away, pass on, stop, wrap up.
leave
have done.
put a coating on; perfect
coat, develop, elaborate, face, gild, refine, smooth, stain, wax.
Examples of usage:
  1. " You did not finish it," said Corentin, taking back the paper. – The Lesser Bourgeoisie by Honore de Balzac
  2. I had to finish up things at the office so that I could get away to- night." – Together by Robert Herrick (1868-1938)
  3. And now he knew that this was the " Novum's" finish. – A Crooked Mile by Oliver Onions
  4. So far as I can finish it, it is done. – Countess Erika's Apprenticeship by Ossip Schubin
  5. They may say of me what they please, so that I remain here hidden until midnight, when I shall take my life in my hands, counting not the cost of the venture if I may finish the work in this town of York which I began so long ago. – The Minute Boys of York Town by James Otis

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