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abatement the ending or suppression of a lawsuit, a nuisance, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
Archean of, relating to, or designating the earlier of two geological periods of the Precambrian Era, ending approximately 2.5 billion years ago, during which highly crystalline igneous and metamorphic rocks were formed; Early Precambrian; Archeozoic; azoic. [1/2 definitions]
Armistice Day November 11, the anniversary of the armistice ending World War I, called Veterans Day in the United States.
aught2 (pl.) the series of ten years beginning with 2000 and ending with 2009 (prec. by "the"). [1/2 definitions]
baroreceptor a nerve ending sensitive to blood pressure that helps regulate the dilation of blood vessels in the circulatory system.
Bermuda shorts shorts ending just above the knee, worn by both sexes and often with knee-length socks; bermudas.
bicuspid a tooth ending in two cusps, esp. a premolar. [1/2 definitions]
catastrophe a disastrous conclusion or ending. [1/3 definitions]
chemoreception the response of a sense organ or nerve ending to a chemical stimulus.
chemoreceptor a nerve ending or sensory organ, as of taste or smell, that responds to chemical stimulation.
closure an ending or concluding. [1/3 definitions]
cloture in U.S. parliamentary procedure, a method of ending debate and causing an immediate vote on the matter being discussed. [1/2 definitions]
comic opera an opera or operetta, usu. humorous, with some spoken dialogue, and a happy ending.
compass (often pl.) a hinged instrument for drawing circles and arcs, with one leg ending in a point used as the pivot and the other ending in a pencil or pen that traces a curve as it is turned. [1/9 definitions]
conclusion an ending or termination. [1/5 definitions]
cuspidate having, or ending with, a sharp point. [1/2 definitions]
denounce to announce the ending or repudiation of (a treaty or the like). [1/3 definitions]
die down to lessen in intensity; to come close to ending or being extinguished.
discontinuance in law, the ending of a court proceeding before trial, usu. by a plaintiff. [1/2 definitions]
edge the ending point of something, beyond which something may fall. [1/10 definitions]
elapse the passage or ending of a period of time; lapse. [1/2 definitions]