Finishing [verb]

Definition of Finishing:

bring to a conclusion; get done

Opposite/Antonyms of Finishing:

Sentence/Example of Finishing:

After finishing her dinner she went to her room, having instructed the boy to tell any other callers that she was indisposed.

We re-visited Paris, but spent most of our three weeks in a tour through Belgium, finishing up at Brussels.

The next morning Chapman brought around the car as early as half past eight, when the girls were just finishing breakfast.

These finishing-off rows look pretty done in pale pink or blue wool.

He means the builder's plummet, which Zorobabel shall hold in his hand for the finishing the building.-Ibid.

The textile industry in Virginia includes the spinning and processing of yarn and the weaving and finishing of material.

Finishing his course in 1817, he became a student at the Divinity Hall, where he gained some reputation as a Hebraist.

In the years 1796 and 1797, after finishing my clerkship, I had a seat in the chambers of the late Jas.

We must soon talk of your finishing your recovery by breathing the pure and healthy air of Mary-le-Bone.

The Boss had been getting along very well, and had amused himself with finishing up his record.