Thesaurus / ending

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This the Mexican did, translating the Spanish paragraphs into English with fluent ease, ending by reading the list of witnesses.
These were the inauspicious beginnings of the pursuit; and the middle part and the ending varied only in degree.
EMPIRE BUILDERSFRANCIS LYNDE
Ultimately the ending was accepted by the public as made necessary by the rest of the play.
DRAMATIC TECHNIQUEGEORGE PIERCE BAKER
Once more the girls went over the familiar refrain, ending finally with the Meadow-Brook yell.
At least she might show some spirit and not be like a wooden thing, ending her first talk with a lover with a laugh like that.
MARCHING MENSHERWOOD ANDERSON
So rare a chance of ending the war at a blow was never again to be offered to the British commanders.
When we were come to the ending of the lane, I said another little prayer.
THE STORY OF OPALOPAL WHITELEY
The boys begin at a very early age, learning first on goats and calves, going on to young oxen, and ending up with horses.
BASUTOLANDMINNIE MARTIN
Silence is the only French noun, ending in ence, that is masculine, because it is the only thing women can not keep.
The last member of the team, after skipping the rope forward to the distance line, returns across the base line, ending the event.

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