expiration

[ ek-spuh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF expiration

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPIRATION

And, secondly, to marry Mr. Solmes, at the expiration of it.

At the expiration of this period, he was released by order of Parliament.

At the expiration of his apprenticeship, in 1832, he came to Ohio.

At the expiration of the term we agree upon, let us discuss this subject again.

And it was again a daughter, Madeleine, who came at the expiration of those two years.

This process, as we affirm, the name-giver named inspiration and expiration.

They were, moreover, liable to be called to account after the expiration of their office.

At the expiration of two months he wrote David that his book had been accepted.

At the expiration of a week, he had read, the victim goes raving mad.

Subscriptions discontinued at the expiration of the time paid for.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EXPIRATION

exhalation

nounbreathing out
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