The final point of something in space or time. (noun)
A purpose, goal, or aim. (noun)
One of the two parts of the ground used as a descriptive name for half of the ground. (noun)
The position at the end of either the offensive or defensive line, a tight end, a split end, a defensive end. (noun)
A period of play in which each team throws eight rocks, two per player, in alternating fashion. (noun)
An ideal point of a graph or other complex. (noun)
To finish, terminate. (verb)
Examples of word End
GIF counter db 0; To keep track of number of files viewed in_prog db 0 end_prog: filename db 50 dup (?) _end: end main
Anchors at the end of the line. end$ requires the text end to be at the end of the line, with no intervening spaces or text.
Is not God Himself the beginning, centre, end -- nay, not _end_, because it endureth for ever -- of all real, true love?
All nature -- its most comprehensive cosmic realms as well as the realms of its smallest organisms -- together with the corporeal, psychical, and spiritual nature of man, shows a _harmony_, a _conformity to the end in view_, and a _striving toward an end_ of its development, the denial of which will certainly not add to the laurels which transmit the scientific fame of our present generation to posterity.
Night without end for Him -- _night without end_ ...!