noun, plural ter·mi·ni [tur-muh-nahy] /ˈtɜr məˌnaɪ/, ter·mi·nus·es.
Origin of terminus
Can be confusedterminal terminus
Definition for terminus (2 of 3)
terminus ad quem
Definition for terminus (3 of 3)
terminus a quo
Examples from the Web for terminus
It does say something for the strength of this half-season, however, that Terminus feels so far away now.The Walking Dead’s Midseason Finale Shocker: A Cherished Character Meets a Grisly End|Melissa Leon|December 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Back to Terminus, we saw only a bunch of young people and one older woman, Mary.
Is there any chance that this whole Terminus confrontation is just a big misunderstanding?
Have you heard the fan theory that Terminus is full of cannibals?
Andrew Lincoln is minutes away from finding out what happens at Terminus.
Killaloe in the east of the county is the terminus of a branch of the Great Southern & Western railway.
Other railways have their terminus at Sealdah, an eastern suburb.
A terminus post quem of about 1700 for the filling of the cellar hole has been well established on the archeological evidence.Contributions From the Museum of History and Technology|Ivor Noel Hume
We came to the terminus in this direction at Palma, on the road to Carthagena.Poor Folk in Spain|Jan Gordon
Grantsburg is the terminus of the St. Paul & Duluth (branch) railroad, completed in 1884.Fifty Years In The Northwest|William Henry Carman Folsom