EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENDED
But if she had any such thing I'm sure it was ended, and she'd have jumped at this chance a year ago.
When it was ended, he prayed for two or three minutes, not more, and sent them away.
His sole business was to take the girl away when the interview should be ended.
But for that scream of fear, the story of Mary Turner had ended there and then.
Mrs. McKee's tone, which had been fierce at the beginning, ended feebly.
All had ended well, however, and I could once more enjoy the scene.
She ended by laying one of them in a large drawer which she pushed shut and locked.
The Tudor dynasty had ended before the Romanoff dynasty began.
The first day was now ended, and our hero had been detected but once.
Not a word was said until Levi had ended his meal and filled his pipe.
"finished, completed," 1590s, past participle adjective from end (v.).
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ENDED
- brought about
- come to an end
- disposed of
- done for
- done with
- in the past
- over and done
- put into effect
- sewn up
- tied up
- worked out
- wound up
- wrapped up