Ender

[ en-der ]
/ ˈɛn dər /

noun

Kor·ne·li·a [kawr-neyl-yuh, -ney-lee-uh] /kɔrˈneɪl yə, -ˈneɪ li ə/, born 1958, German swimmer.

Definition for ender (2 of 2)

Origin of end

1
before 900; Middle English, Old English ende; cognate with Old Frisian enda, Middle Dutch e(i)nde, Old Saxon endi, Old High German anti, G Ende, Old Norse endi(r), Gothic andeis end < Germanic *anthjá-; akin to Sanskrit ánta- end
Related formsend·er, noun

Synonym study

5. End, close, conclusion, finish, outcome refer to the termination of something. End implies a natural termination or completion, or an attainment of purpose: the end of a day, of a race; to some good end. Close often implies a planned rounding off of something in process: the close of a conference. Conclusion suggests a decision or arrangement: All evidence leads to this conclusion; the conclusion of peace terms. Finish emphasizes completion of something begun: a fight to the finish. Outcome suggests the issue of something that was in doubt: the outcome of a game. 7. See aim.
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Examples from the Web for ender

  • Duncan saw them approaching and took the opportunity to leave Miss Ender.

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  • In his own quarter, however, and among his own kind, the Ender displayed a composure which was simply superb.

  • Travel thither, Ender, to the house of him who took from us the death blankets.

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  • Then someone saw the body of Ender over against one bank, apparently just washing up from deep water.

British Dictionary definitions for ender (1 of 2)

end

1
/ (ɛnd) /

noun

verb

See also end up
Derived Formsender, noun

Word Origin for end

Old English ende; related to Old Norse endir, Gothic andeis, Old High German endi, Latin antiae forelocks, Sanskrit antya last

British Dictionary definitions for ender (2 of 2)

end

2
/ (ɛnd) /

verb

(tr) British to put (hay or grain) into a barn or stack

Word Origin for end

Old English innian; related to Old High German innōn; see inn
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Idioms and Phrases with ender

end


In addition to the idioms beginning with end

  • end game
  • end in itself
  • end justifies the means, the
  • end of one's rope, at the
  • end of the line
  • end run
  • ends of the earth, the
  • end to end
  • end up

also see:

  • all's well that ends well
  • at loose ends
  • at one's wit's end
  • be-all and end-all
  • beginning of the end
  • bitter end
  • burn the candle at both ends
  • can't see beyond the end of one's nose
  • come to an end
  • dead end
  • go off the deep end
  • hair stand on end
  • hold one's end up
  • in the end
  • light at the end of the tunnel
  • make ends meet
  • never hear the end of
  • odds and ends
  • on end
  • on the receiving end
  • play both ends against the middle
  • put an end to
  • rear end
  • short end (of the stick)
  • tail end
  • wrong end of the stick
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