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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfinalityfi‧nal‧i‧ty /faɪˈnæləti/ AWL noun [uncountable]  FINISH/COME TO AN ENDthe quality something has when it is finished or complete and cannot be changeda sense/air of finality The word ‘retirement’ has a terrible air of finality about it.
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finalityThere's a dreadful finality about cutting down a tree.When an enactment is passed there is finality unless and until it is amended or repealed by Parliament.Aquinas himself saw no finality in the solutions offered by either Aristotle or Ptolemy to the problems of planetary motion.Several efforts to reach finality have failed and the situation remains unresolved.She announced her impending departure with finality and sadness in her voice.It has to be unfair to put some one through the stress of a trial without finality.
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