Synonyms for Final:

adj.

accurate (adjective)
authoritative, definitive, conclusive.
all (adjective)
net, last.
authoritative (adjective)
definitive.
clean (adjective)
entire, whole, total.
complete (adjective)
conclusive, solid, sum, thorough, entire, intact, complete, collective, full, total, integral, exhaustive, plenary, unified, through, universal, unsevered, undivided, unabridged, comprehensive, whole, all, done, accomplished, finished, uncut.
crowning (adjective)
Culminating.
dead (adjective)
thorough.
definitive (adjective)
exhaustive, ending, last, complete.
final (adjective)
eventual, latter, decisive, terminal, finishing, last, finished, concluding, irrevocable, conclusive, closing, Terminating, ultimate, determinative, crowning.
irrevocable (adjective)
irreversible.
last (adjective)
last, concluding, terminal, exiting, ending, finishing, Culminating, complete, Capping, closing, Terminating.

n.

irreversible, invariable, whatever happens, unchanging, rigid, constant, unvarying, for good. knock on, consequently, start, as a consequence/in consequence, ensuing, hence, From, by virtue of something, therefore, accordingly, thus. comprehension, baccalaureate, bar exam, Ged, the boards, latter, AP, the ACT, eleven-plus, cloze test. clash, championship, challenge, authoritative, bye, determinative, contest, definitive, the Commonwealth Games, cup, close season, crown, card, decide. deciding, crowning, eventual, at long last. conclusive (noun)
irrevocable, definitive.
final (noun)
final examination, closing, concluding, net, unalterable, last, terminal, ultimate, inalterable, final exam.

Other synonyms:

eleven-plus, irrevocable, crowning, rigid, invariable, the ACT, eventual, cloze test, irreversible, Ged, bar exam, unvarying, unchanging, determinative, constant. latter, comprehension, AP, baccalaureate. authoritative. decisive
definitive.

Usage examples for final

  1. I am waiting for Duquesnel for the final reading. – The George Sand-Gustave Flaubert Letters by George Sand, Gustave Flaubert Translated by A.L. McKensie
  2. " Stay on the job until relieved," was his final order. – Hoofbeats on the Turnpike by Mildred A. Wirt