noun, plural fi·nal·i·ties for 2.
Examples from the Web for finality
The use of “targeted” lends a smell of precision and, therefore, brevity, finality.
The finality of standardized exams, effectively tracks out some students, whose best second option is vocational school.
A guilty plea with a sentence of life would bring much desired closure and finality.
Without the finality of a funeral, how do you mourn—or celebrate?
Repeated trials of the same kind made it certain that finality would never be reached by the path hitherto pursued.Finger Prints|Francis Galton
Finality is of the essence of the New Covenant, as gradual communication of truth was of the Old.Lux Mundi|Various
"No, he won't," declared Qanya with finality, tightening her hold on Dworn's arm.World of the Drone|Robert Abernathy
He despatched the note on Easter Eve, and there seemed a finality in their decisions.Jude the Obscure|Thomas Hardy
Religions of this type possess of course the merit of simplicity, transparency, and finality.Rudolph Eucken|Abel J. Jones
British Dictionary definitions for finality
noun plural -ties
Word Origin and History for finality
1540s, from Middle French finalité, from Late Latin finalitatem (nominative finalitas) "state of being final," from Latin finalis (see final).