Synonyms for End:


last (adjective)


American Football (noun)
bootleg, American Football, conversion kick, backfield, blitz, end zone, carry.
withdrawal. diverge, bifurcate, connect, ascend, bend, join, branch off, extend, participate, help, divide. death toll, bereavement, death throes, death rate, tag end, morbidity, precede, mortality. proscribe, call a halt (to something), wind down, bring something to an end/a close/a halt, round off, confine. exclusion, intrusion, entry, intervention, participation, engagement, interference, involvement, stake. mark, aim, planned, object, meaning, purpose, target, ambition, view, design, why, objective, intent, intention. length, limited, extreme. shard, Ort, butt, fragment. cessation (noun)
termination, hiatus, interruption, standstill, ending, abandonment, discontinuance, stoppage, cessation, closure.
close (noun)
completion (noun)
completion, achievement, conclusion, accomplishment, arrival, climax, fulfillment, finale, fruition, culmination, consummation, execution.
completion, stop (noun)
accomplishment, outcome, adjournment, conclusion, closure, discontinuance, perfection, execution, result, closing, attainment, fulfillment, upshot, consummation, realization, finish, finale, cease, windup, denouement, close, target, payoff, cessation, retirement, achievement, bottom line, culmination, curtain, finis, expiration.
death (noun)
extinction, annihilation, release, dissolution, quietus, fatality, passing, parting.
death, destruction (noun)
demise, passing, doom, extinction, dissolution, annihilation.
end (noun)
ending, close, oddment, death, cease, last, final stage, expiration, remainder, finish, conclusion, goal, terminal, terminate, stop, closing, windup, demise, destruction, scrap, finis, remnant.
ending (noun)
cessation, close.
event (noun)
extreme (noun)
extreme, limit (noun)
head, confine, stump, termination, terminus, deadline, point, stub, borderline, tail, tip, bound, nib, terminal, limitation, top, edge, tail end, extremity, boundary.
intention (noun)
intention, aim (noun)
intent, design, reason, goal, purpose, mark, objective, object.
leftover part (noun)
remainder, scrap, fragment, remnant, tag end.
limit (noun)
limit, acme, extremity, maximum, edge, limitation, cutoff, terminus, restriction, bounds, brink, boundary, confines, rim, deadline, fringe, zenith, apex, border.
location (noun)
purpose (noun)
object, purpose, aim, intention.
the end (noun)
culminate, complete, conclude, cease, close, round off, terminate, expire, stop, finish, discontinue.
time (noun)


bring to an end (verb)
culminate, accomplish, interrupt, expire, discontinue, quit, stop, achieve, terminate, complete, wrap up, halt, conclude, consummate.
cease (verb)
interrupt, refrain, cease, remit, culminate, discontinue, halt, close, suspend, terminate, break, pause, abandon, quit, desist, stay, stop.
ceases (verb)
interrupt, refrain, cease, remit, culminate, discontinue, halt, close, suspend, terminate, break, pause, abandon, quit, desist, stay, stop.
complete (verb)
consummate, accomplish, finish, fill, execute, fulfill, graduate, achieve, integrate, arrive, unify, finalize, complete, conclude.
die (verb)
fall, succumb, pass, perish, part, depart.
die or kill (verb)
desist, die, depart.
end (verb)
decease, expire, checkmate, exit, pass on, cap, die, pass away, wrap up.
limit (verb)
restrain, restrict, bound.
stative (verb)
stop, terminate, cease, finish.
stop (verb)
freeze, hold.

Other synonyms:

American Football
bootleg, American Football, carry, backfield, blitz, end zone, bowl.
perfection, bottom line, stub, diverge, fragment, finish with, point. why, wind down, reason, round off. ascend, divide, ambition, bend, meaning. head, length, connect. come to, extend. objective. get through. view. clear. butt
wind down.
get through.
tail end.
goal, target date.
Other relevant words:
intention, object, doom, end of the line, mark, stump, purpose, point, objective, goal, aim, denouement, payoff.

Usage examples for end

  1. This is the end it's too late now. – Martyr by Alan Edward Nourse
  2. The end of all this! – Tales of the Five Towns by Arnold Bennett
  3. He wants to see what's at the end of it. – The Lost Valley by J. M. Walsh