Examples of closing in a Sentence
the closing of the local school
We met with our lawyer before the closing on our new house.
Recent Examples of closing from the Web
Japan’s Nikkei Stock Average gained 0.4%, building on Wednesday’s rise to a 21-year closing high.
While there were two works published posthumously, including a closing book on DiscWorld, the rest have finally hit the road, courtesy of executor of his estate Rob Wilkins.
His foundation partners with the AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland, which Weinstein's group saved from closing during the recession, according to Cleveland.com.
Ali plays a mall manager who is tasked with closing underperforming stores, and Fehr plays her love interest who works as the mall Santa (although Ali's character doesn't know that).
Thus, the ideal approach to our current situation would be to reduce marginal rates while eliminating deductions and credits and closing loopholes.
Trump has become even more fixated on it, since his nemesis Chuck Schumer was an early sponsor of the legislation (back when Trump was in the business of building and closing casinos).
A week later, owners Hospitality Management Group, Inc. announced the closing of Artisan Meat Share as well, prompting howls in Charleston’s red-hot food world.
As Ohio State and Penn State collapsed in the East, West leader Wisconsin continued its methodical trek through the Power 5’s most favorable schedule, blasting Indiana, 45-17, in Bloomington ahead of a manageable closing stretch.
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First Known Use of closing
Synonymscapper, close, finale, conclusion, consummation, end, endgame, ending, finis, finish, grand finale, home stretch, mop-up, windup, wrap-up
Antonymsbaseline, beginning, dawn, day one, nascence, nascency, opening, start
Related Wordsacme, apex, capstone, climax, copestone, coup de grâce (or coup de grace), crescendo, crown, culmination, high-water mark, meridian, peak, pinnacle, summit, tip-top, top, zenith; aftermath, anticlimax, coda, epilogue (also epilog), postscript; shank, tag end, tail end
Near Antonymsforeword, introduction, overture, preamble, preface, prelude, prologue (also prolog)
CLOSING Defined for English Language Learners
legal Definition of closing
- represented us at the closing
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