Conclusion and Opening


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Conclusion noun – The last part of a process or action.
Usage example: the conclusion of the speech was a national call to arms

Opening is an antonym for conclusion in end topic.
Nearby Words: conclude, conclusive, concluded, concluding, conclusively
Antonyms for Conclusion


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Opening noun – A favorable combination of circumstances, time, and place.
Conclusion is an antonym for opening in topics: beginning, chance, gap.
Nearby Words: open, openness, opened, opener
Antonyms for Opening
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How words are described

similar similar conclusion similar opening
usual usual conclusion usual opening
common common conclusion common opening
original original conclusion original opening
Other adjectives: initial, true, obvious, simple, actual, entire, real, dramatic, possible, final, epic, official, different.

Both words in one sentence

  • Supernatural Martial Arts As such, all of the characters moves and signature specials are faithfully represented, from the opening scene, to it's dramatic conclusion.
  • In fact, the conclusion of every opening sequence, just before the title shows up, is one.
  • Dramatic Chase Opening A few moments later, the scene comes to a conclusion, and the Opening Credits roll.
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