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final (s) (noun)
, finals (pl)
That which is conclusive or at an end; the termination of something: On Saturday, Kelsey wrote her final composition which was the last examination before receiving her degree from the university.
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Descriptive of that which happens or comes at the end: Dr. Samuel's decision to resign from the surgery department at the hospital was his final
act before he took early retirement.
The plans for the final trip this summer have been completed and will take place next weekend.
Did you hear what the final score of the football game was last night?
final, finale, finally, finely
Referring to the completion or end of something: Bianca was extremely glad when she passed the final exam.
(FIGHN'l ee) (noun
The conclusion or last part; the end: Dale sang a magnificent song for the finale.
(fuh NAH lee) (adverb
Pertaining to how the outcome or the result took place: After looking for an hour, Nelda finally found her keys.
1. Referring to how something is produced with much care, usually into very small particles: The nuts for the cupcakes should be finely chopped.
2. Superior in quality: Ruth and Allen enjoyed the finely performed recital by the students at the music hall.
Selma and her friends attended a finely executed dance recital at the end of which the dancers performed, as their final number, the grand finale from a famous ballet before it was finally time for the curtain to come down.
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