Complete and Unfinished


Complete adjective - Brought or having come to an end.
Usage example: your education is never complete—there's always something more to learn

Unfinished is an antonym for complete in topics: finished, utter, total.


Unfinished adjective - Not brought to an end or conclusion.
Usage example: unfinished business

Complete is an antonym for unfinished.

Both words in one sentence

  • It also has its own Webcomic adaptation that is woefully unfinished (fortunately, the fic was complete).
  • Came Back Strong A saintly character is temporarily resurrected after their martyrdom and given extra powers to complete their unfinished task.
  • McBain himself was hired to complete a mystery novel Craig Rice had left unfinished at her death.
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Unfinished and Complete. (2016). Retrieved 2022, June 25, from
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Unfinished or Complete. 2016. Accessed June 25, 2022.
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