- I(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)Finishing of an actionNouns1. completion; accomplishment, achievement, fulfillment, realization, fruition; execution, performance; dispatch; consummation, culmination; finish, close, end; terminus (see arrival); issue, outcome (see effect); final, crowning, or finishing touch, epilogue, coup de grâce; fait accompli; feat; missing link, makeweight; perfection; elaboration; exhaustion. Informal, windup, capper, icing on the cake. See production, success.2. completeness, totality, alpha and omega (see whole).3. (state of being complete) fullness, impletion, repletion, saturation, high water; fill, load, bumper, brimmer; bellyful. Informal, full house, the works, the business, whole nine yards. See sufficiency.Verbs1. complete, effect; accomplish, achieve, compass, consummate, go through with; bring to maturity; bring to perfection, perfect, elaborate.2. do, execute, make, follow out; go or get through, knock or pull off; bring about or off, bring to pass, dispatch, polish off, make short work of, dispose of, mop up, set at rest; perform, discharge, fulfill, realize; put through, put in practice, carry out, make good, be as good as one's word; drive home, do thoroughly, not do by halves, go the whole hog, shoot the works, do up brown, do to a turn, go all out, go to any length; see out or through, touch all the bases; round out, complement; be in at the death, carry through, play out, exhaust; do the job, fill the bill, turn the trick; deliver.3. conclude, finish, close, end, wrap up; clinch, seal, set the seal on, put the seal to; cross the wire; give the final touch to, put the last hand to; crown (see superiority).4. ripen, mature, culminate; run its course, run one's race, reach the goal, arrive; get in the harvest.5. fill, charge, load; fill or piece out, replenish, eke out; fill up, saturate. See sufficiency.Adjectives1. complete, perfect, consummate, full-fledged; diametric[al]; entire, whole; thorough, plenary; solid, undivided, with all its parts; exhaustive, sweeping, encyclopedic, thoroughgoing, out-and-out, utter, arrant, radical; crowning, final; abundant, sufficient. Slang, maxed out, ass out, fucking, way-out.2. completing, supplemental, supplementary, complementary.3. ripe, mature, fully or full-grown.Adverbs — completely, altogether, outright, downright, wholly, soundly, totally, in toto, quite, from soup to nuts; hook, line, and sinker; thoroughly, conclusively, finally; effectually, for good and all, nicely, fully, all of, in all respects, in every respect; through and through, out and out, leaving no stone unturned, all told, to all intents and purposes; utterly, to the utmost, all out, all hollow, stark; heart and soul, root and branch, down to the ground; head over heels; lock, stock, and barrel; inside out; bag and baggage; to the top of one's bent, to the limit, as far as possible; throughout, from first to last, from beginning to end, from A to Z, from hell to breakfast, from end to end, from one end to the other, from head to foot, cap-a-pie, from top to toe, from top to bottom, from the ground up, backward and forward, fore and aft, every whit, every inch, to the nines; up to the brim, up to the ears; with a vengeance, to a fare-thee-well, for fair, but good, all the way, down the line, to the full, to the hilt; to the bone; to the bitter end. Slang, to the max.Phrases — in for a penny, in for a pound; one might as well be hanged for a sheep as a lamb.Quotations — Give us the tools and we will finish the job (Winston Churchill), There must be a beginning of any great matter, but the continuing unto the end until it be thoroughly finished yields the true glory (Francis Drake).Antonyms, see incompleteness.II(Roget's IV) n.III(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) n.finish, conclusion, fulfillment, end, realization, *wrapping up, accomplishment, closing, *winding up, finalization, crowning, consummation.ANT.: start, beginningIV(Roget's Thesaurus II) noun A concluding or terminating: cease, cessation, close, closing, closure, conclusion, consummation, end, ending, end of the line, finish, period, stop, stopping point, termination, terminus, wind-up, wrap-up. See CONTINUE.
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