Round and round in circles, no loose ends left over, and it all made for a comforting sense of completeness.
The reviewer's final queries about “a number of loose ends” give as much flavor of the whole as the critique that precedes it.
The Daily Beast: A lot of loose ends get tied up in the season finale.
I worried—good hostess that I am—that she might be at loose ends before the dinner.
There are loose ends about exactly what Israeli construction activity will be covered by the new freeze.
"Everything is at loose ends in America," had been Hilda's accusation.
There are no loose ends about Best; nothing unfulfilled or uncomfortable.
Besides, if he had been a bachelor, Whitney was too busy trying to round up the other loose ends of the Ewald case.
As you can see, we have swept the loose ends, so to speak, together.
There should be no loose ends if he was ever charged with corruption.