finish[ fin-ish ]SEE DEFINITION OF finish
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FINISH
You can finish making up your mind on the way to Harlowe House.
It was the marshal calling to them that Andrew was gone and inviting them in to finish him.
He would go in, he would overhaul Sally, and then finish the chase with a play of revolvers.
If he looked ahead he would see what we idiomatically know as his "finish."
But generally speaking, it does escape them, and lives to finish its task.
I'm not quite ready to go; I must finish my sections for Prof. Darmstetter.
Just finish that pass for me, and I will take care of the professor.
A quarter of a mile from the finish the horses raced into a swinging stride.
He didn't toss it up, not a bit of it; ran as game as a pebble; he just tired at the finish.
But fate had ordained that good King James should not finish his dinner in peace.