End and Occasion


End noun - The stopping of a process or activity.

Occasion is an antonym for end.

Nearby Words: ending, ended, endless


Occasion noun - Someone or something responsible for a result.
Usage example: the missing money proved to be the occasion of much strife between the two brothers

End is an antonym for occasion in bring about topic.

Nearby Words: occasional, occasionally, occasioned, occasioning, occasionalism

How words are described

better better end better occasion
similar similar end similar occasion
natural natural end natural occasion
many many end many occasion
Other adjectives: unfortunate, happy, possible, official, last, latter, different.

Both words in one sentence

  • I will end your pain... with something special I've been saving for just this occasion.
  • Carrie reveals that her dress was self-made just for this occasion, and it, too is ruined by the end of her rampage.
  • Designated Victim So far, Manny has decided on at least one occasion to end their friendship for her own safety.
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