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War, as a product, is always sold with an implicit end date, an inevitable victory, a promise of finality.

By accident or design, this representation is perfectly constructed to give a sense of cinematic finality.

Though I understood the magnitude and finality of my suicidal thoughts, I could not stop them.

Traditional blockchain technologies, while groundbreaking, have been lacking for industries such as advertising — where a vast amount of transactions need to be processed in a short finality window, and at low cost.

From Digiday

He knew with finality that he didn’t have the strength to continue struggling through impossibly deep snow along the precipitous bank in hopes of a better option.

From Time

The use of “targeted” lends a smell of precision and, therefore, brevity, finality.

I hate to carve up a book into parcels, to evaluate art with that crass finality of the food critic judging course after course.

One more reminder of how guns escalate ordinary disputes into deadly finality.

The finality of standardized exams, effectively tracks out some students, whose best second option is vocational school.

A guilty plea with a sentence of life would bring much desired closure and finality.

The thud of a bar dropped in place punctuated the evening's experience with a glum finality.

But Susannah, strengthened by an intense and hidden feeling, answered with a finality calm to cruelty.

It was only when the crown was placed upon her head that she realized the reality and the finality of the proceedings.

"But we shall," the Irish girl assured with a finality that lacked conviction.

"You are in my house," said Madam, with a finality that was not to be disputed.

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On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to finality, such as: certitude, completeness, decisiveness, entirety, finish, and inevitableness.

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