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finality

noun fi·nal·i·ty \fī-ˈna-lə-tē, fə-\

: the quality or state of being final or finished and not able to be changed

plural fi·nal·i·ties

Full Definition of FINALITY

1
a :  the character or condition of being final, settled, irrevocable, or complete
b :  the condition of being at an ultimate point especially of development or authority
2
:  something final; especially :  a fundamental fact, action, or belief

Examples of FINALITY

  1. It won't work, he said, with an air of finality.

First Known Use of FINALITY

1833

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