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al fine to the finish (used as a musical direction to continue to the end of a repeated section).
beetle2 a wooden mallet or club used to stamp and finish linen, compress paving stones, or mash vegetables. [2/3 definitions]
broadcloth a fabric with a close weave and a soft finish, made of cotton, rayon, or silk and used for clothing.
cap1 to finish or complete. [1/9 definitions]
catch up to finish something, often later than intended; become up to date (usu. fol. by on or with). [1/2 definitions]
ciré a smooth shiny finish, as on a fabric, produced by treatment with wax and heat. [2 definitions]
close to end; finish. [1/24 definitions]
complete to finish or conclude (something). [1/6 definitions]
conclude to bring to an end; finish or complete. [2/4 definitions]
craze to produce fine cracks in the surface or finish of, as the glaze on pottery. [1/6 definitions]
decoupage the technique of decorating something with cut-out pictures on paper or other material, covered by a flat finish or varnish. [1/3 definitions]
default failure to participate in or play to the finish a scheduled athletic event or other contest. [3/14 definitions]
eggshell resembling the shell of an egg in some characteristic such as color, brittleness, or dull finish. [1/3 definitions]
end to cause to stop; finish; conclude. [2/18 definitions]
fell2 to finish (a seam) by turning under the raw edges and stitching them down. [1/3 definitions]
finis the finish; end.
finish to apply a finish to, as with varnish. [1/11 definitions]
glossy of paper, metal, and other materials, having a shiny finish. (Cf. mat3.) [1/5 definitions]
gunmetal any of various metal alloys that have a dark gray, bluish gray, or black finish. [1/3 definitions]
hardener a substance that can be added to varnish or paint in order to achieve a harder finish on the surface to which it is applied.
homestretch the last, straight portion of a racetrack, leading to the finish line. [1/2 definitions]