Definition for completion

noun as in accomplishment, finishing

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Wilkinson’s probe is “nearing its completion,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said last week.

I expected something scary, but the impeccable sound design, terrifying enemy encounters and clever puzzles make it worth revisiting, even after completion.

Even so, the all-star plans pose significant health and logistical challenges, requiring that a minimum of 24 high-profile players fly to Atlanta shortly after the completion of the first half of the season.

His completion rate, yards per attempt and passer rating decline when facing pressure.

It's in large part a result of the completion of the merger between CBS and Viacom, as CBS All Access launched before that merger, but the merger greatly increased the content library that could be put on a streaming service run by the company.

“The Commission did not instruct Mr. Wright to approve inaccurate wellbore completion reports,” according to the letter.

The second vehicle is nearing completion by Mojave-based company Scaled Composites.

From design to completion, these luxury yachts can take four years to build.

Typically, Cumming says, the boys would be set an impossible task, or one whose completion would never satisfy their father.

When videos come in, the members of the collective debate and edit online until they come to the mutual agreement of completion.

So with its completion, he wrapped it carefully, and sent it to a Chicago publisher, while he sighed with relief.

The cost of these improvements up to completion is estimated at about one million sterling.

What can I do when the symphony, which is nearing completion, occupies me so entirely that I can think of nothing else?

Rimsky and I send you our homage and heartiest congratulations upon the completion of such a fine piece of workmanship.

Each of these has been potent in its effects, and to each we owe the completion of a great stage in the evolution of man.


On this page you'll find 69 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to completion, such as: accomplishment, achievement, conclusion, culmination, expiration, and finalization.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.