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See definition of ender on Dictionary.com
  • as inlast
  • as innoteworthy
  • as inultimate
  • as inlattermost
  • as inrearmost
  • as infinal
  • as inappalling

synonyms for ender

  • antipodal
  • closing
  • concluding
  • crowning
  • curtains
  • determinative
  • end
  • ending
  • extreme
  • far
  • finishing
  • lag
  • latest
  • least
  • terminal
  • ultimate
  • utmost
  • uttermost
  • aftermost
  • at the end
  • bitter end
  • climactic
  • conclusive
  • definitive
  • determinate
  • endwise
  • eventual
  • far-off
  • farthest
  • furthest
  • hindmost
  • lowest
  • meanest
  • most recent
  • once and for all
  • outermost
  • rearmost
  • remotest
  • supreme
  • swan song
  • ulterior
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antonyms for ender

MOST RELEVANT
  • beginning
  • middle
  • moderate
  • opening
  • first
  • front
  • initial
  • introductory
  • oldest
  • primary
  • starting
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How to use ender in a sentence

The speaker, a bright young East Ender, was lamenting his poor physical development.
THE PEOPLE OF THE ABYSSJACK LONDON
It was taught that “the gods lived in fear of death, the strong Ender”, but were supported and fed by penance and sacrifice.
INDIAN MYTH AND LEGENDDONALD ALEXANDER MACKENZIE
As I have before stated, the Miama was a large double-ender, and she was also a very high boat, being a double-decker as well.
IN AND OUT OF REBEL PRISONSLIEUT. A. [ALONZO] COOPER
Had it found the double-ender, the latters bottom-planks would have been no protection against the creatures blows.
THE CORNER HOUSE GIRLS UNDER CANVASGRACE BROOKS HILL
It is, so to speak, a double-ender, being provided with a supplementary head at the point where the feet are usually situated.
PUNCHINELLO, VOL. II., NO. 34, NOVEMBER 19, 1870VARIOUS
In his own quarter, however, and among his own kind, the Ender displayed a composure which was simply superb.
ROMANCE OF CALIFORNIA LIFEJOHN HABBERTON
A gentleman, whose first-rate tailoring and frictionless manners proclaim the wellbred West Ender, comes in from the hall.
HEARTBREAK HOUSEGEORGE BERNARD SHAW
In Boston, for example, there was a well-defined line, beyond which no "North-ender" dared be seen.
GAMES AND SONGS OF AMERICAN CHILDRENVARIOUS
Thursday, September 1, 1864, the double-ender Shamrock came up from the fleet.
REMINISCENCES OF TWO YEARS IN THE UNITED STATES NAVYJOHN M. BATTEN
The double-ender Wyalusing came up from the fleet during the night.
REMINISCENCES OF TWO YEARS IN THE UNITED STATES NAVYJOHN M. BATTEN
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