[kuh m-plee-shuh n]
Origin of completion
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1. termination, ending, closing.
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Examples from the Web for non-completion
I suppose it was one or all of these conditions that caused the non-completion of the bargain.The Life Of Thomas Paine, Vol. II. (of II)
Moncure Daniel Conway
The non-completion of the old monument, therefore, seems to have been providential, and no fault of the projector or contractor.The Mother of Washington and Her Times
Sara Agnes Rice Pryor
At the front it has a one-sided irregular look; and this is owing to the non-completion of a collateral spire.Our Churches and Chapels
The world (p. 222) has probably not lost much by reason of the non-completion of the contemplated volumes.John Quincy Adams
John. T. Morse
Word Origin and History for non-completion
late 14c., from Latin completionem (nominative completio), noun of action from past participle stem of complere "to fill up, complete" (see complete (adj.)).
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