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untimely end

noun as in sudden death

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He focused his attention towards those cases he believed the person may have met an untimely end.

She was said to be capable of enticing even the most experienced ship captain to veer from his course and meet an untimely end.

In Tayabas the officiousness of the Governor almost brought him to an untimely end.

The congregation numbered many of the poor boy's comrades who seemed much cut up about his untimely end.

Herbert died shortly after this atrocious act of tyranny, and Debois also came to an untimely end.

And now the innocent mirth and cordial hospitality of Beechfield Hall had come to an untimely end.

Notwithstanding his various and complicated enormities, his untimely end excited considerable commiseration.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to untimely end, such as: deathblow, early death, premature death, stroke of death, and tiebreaker.

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