End and Principle

End

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End noun – The stopping of a process or activity.
Principle and end are semantically related in consequence topic. In some cases you can use "Principle" instead a noun "End".
Nearby Words: ending, ended, endless
Synonyms for End

Principle

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Principle noun – A basic generalization that is accepted as true and that can be used as a basis for reasoning or conduct.
End and principle are semantically related in consequence topic. Sometimes you can use "End" instead a noun "Principle".
Nearby Words: principal, principled, principally, principe
Synonyms for Principle

How words are described

good good end good principle
high high end high principle
better better end better principle
similar similar end similar principle
Other adjectives: original, entire, real, extreme, different, opposite.

Both words in one sentence

  • In principle, it sees in the state only a means to an end, and as its end it considers the preservation of the racial existence of men.
    Source: Master Race
  • Rouge Angles of Satin Similar to the "principal-principle" example mentioned above, it's not uncommon to see words ending with "-al" end with "-le" instead.
  • Literature / Relativity The Stateroom Sketch: In "Cricket", four principle characters end up in the same closet for various reasons.
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