noun, plural ter·mi·ni [tur-muh-nahy], /ˈtɜr məˌnaɪ/, ter·mi·nus·es.
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Origin of terminus
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH terminusterminal, terminus
Example sentences from the Web for terminus
New Jersey Transit has also been affected, with major stations and termini along the coast flooded and unusable.
All telegrams have had to be sent by 'phone as far as the railway termini, and they have simply saved the situation.The Sinn Fein rebellion As I Saw It.|Mrs. Hamilton Norway
There are five passing places, in addition to the sidings at the termini and at the carriage depot.
With the detectives on duty at the London termini reinforced and on strict watch, her chances of doing so were very slim.The Grell Mystery|Frank Froest
The claims of the Pacific Railroad have usually been urged upon the ground of its benefit to its termini.
They are not strictly speaking ends or termini of action at all.Human Nature and Conduct|John Dewey