After drawing the first terminus, players can continue sending pawns to the camps.
Carol and Tyreese are now back on their way to “sanctuary” terminus, which is obviously too good to be true.
Have you heard the fan theory that terminus is full of cannibals?
Andrew Lincoln is minutes away from finding out what happens at terminus.
Whatever half-answers we got about terminus raised ten times more questions, luring us deeper.
There was a sense of Christmas about the travellers and the people who were at the terminus to meet them.
It was past ten o'clock when the train reached the London terminus.
We can only say that it is both the point of origin for the evolving universe of life and form and its terminus.
They reached the terminus at last, when he willingly said farewell to the other three.
The auguries allowed the evacuation of the other gods, terminus and Juventas alone refusing to depart.
1550s, "goal, end, final point," from Latin terminus (plural termini) "end, boundary line," from PIE root *ter-, base of words meaning "peg, post, boundary, marker goal" (cf. Sanskrit tarati "passes over, crosses over," Hittite tarmaizzi "he limits," Greek terma "boundary, end, limit"). In ancient Rome, Terminus was the name of the deity who presided over boundaries and landmarks, focus of the important Roman festival of Terminalia (held Feb. 23, the end of the old Roman year). Meaning "either end of a transportation line" is first recorded 1836.