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apocope the loss or omission of the final letter, syllable, or sound of a word, as in "talkin'" for "talking".
arbitrament the final judgment of an arbitrator. [1/2 definitions]
arbitrator one who has final authority to decide an outcome; arbiter. [1/2 definitions]
Armageddon according to the New Testament, the place where the final, decisive conflict between good and evil will be fought. [1/2 definitions]
baste1 to sew temporarily with long, loose stitches, as in temporarily assembling the pieces of a garment prior to final sewing.
beatification in the Roman Catholic Church, the process of determining whether a deceased person should be declared to be in heaven and therefore deserving of special honor, or the final decision and declaration that this is so. [1/2 definitions]
bottom line (informal) the final figure or lowest line in a financial statement, showing net profit or loss. [2 definitions]
clinch to make certain or final; secure; settle. [1/8 definitions]
clincher a decisive or final point, fact, or statement to persuade someone, as in arguing or selling. [1/3 definitions]
complete to make whole or entire; add or constitute the final necessary part to (something). [1/6 definitions]
conclude to bring to a final settlement; resolve. [1/4 definitions]
conclusion the final part of a written work or speech. [2/5 definitions]
conclusive serving to reach a final answer or decision, or to settle.
deathbed the final hours of life. [1/3 definitions]
definitive having a complete, fixed, or final form. [1/3 definitions]
denouement in a novel, play, or film, the final resolution of the plot's complexities and questions. [1/2 definitions]
determinate in final form; decided; settled. [1/3 definitions]
editor in chief the editor who has the final authority to make policy decisions and supervises the other editors at a publishing house or on a specific publication.
end to arrive at or attain a final condition or goal (usu. fol. by up). [1/18 definitions]
end product the final or finished product, as of an industry, chemical reaction, or growth process.
envoi the final stanza of some poems, such as ballades, which summarizes or dedicates the poem.