Synonyms for Finish:

n.

passing, expiry, withdrawal. dash, the blocks, surface, glaze, false start, baton, come, drop back, ahead, dead heat, shine, clock. be, place, try, taste, run, take, ingest, touch, manage, come in, have. expend, draw down, spend, increase, vanish, dissolve, evaporate, go away, disappear, fade away, play out, drain. liquidate, do in, rub out, to the touch, put away, texture, feel, knock off. attribute (noun)
coating, finishing.
close (noun)
windup.
coating; perfecting (noun)
glaze, cultivation, refinement, texture, polish, shine, culture, surface.
completion (noun)
completion, execution, climax, arrival, consummation, termination, fruition, finale, achievement, culmination, conclusion, fulfillment, accomplishment.
covering (noun)
coating.
death (noun)
passing.
end (noun)
demise, cessation, windup, closing, terminal, finis, death, expiration, ending.
ending (noun)
cessation, close.
finish (noun)
wind up, conclusion, refinement, complete, goal, terminate, stop, destination, ending, end, finis, stopping point, polish, culture, finale, finishing, polish off, cease, close, end up, cultivation, last, coating, eat up.
skill (noun)
touch.
stopping point (noun)
stopping point.

v.

bring to a conclusion; get done (verb)
conclude, fulfill, terminate, finalize, execute, wrap up, scrub, culminate, carry through, achieve, wind up, complete, halt, accomplish.
consume, use up (verb)
expend, wash up, drain, spend.
end (verb)
die, wrap up, pass on, halt, stop, cease, decease, expire, cap, exit, pass away, checkmate.

Other synonyms:

go away, torpedo, evaporate, scour. dissolve, bankrupt, texture, buff, spend, shine, demolish, shatter, rub out. knock off, wipe, spoil, expend, rub. drain, undo, dab, smash. liquidate. feel, sink. run, waste. clear. complete
carry off.
consume
wash up, waste.
enamel
glaze.
expend
expend.
goal
goal.
kill
put away, execute, knock off.
obliterate
torpedo.
refinement
refinement.

Usage examples for finish

  1. Just let me finish – The Eustace Diamonds by Anthony Trollope
  2. It was too fond of trying to finish itself without waiting to be put into words. – The Port of Adventure by Charles Norris Williamson and Alice Muriel Williamson