Ending and Introduction

Ending

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Ending noun – The last part of a process or action.
Usage example: the plagiarism scandal was a disgraceful ending to a once-promising academic career

Introduction is an antonym for ending in conclusion topic.
Nearby Words: end, ended
Antonyms for Ending

Introduction

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Introduction noun – A short section (as of a book) that leads to or explains the main part.
Ending is an antonym for introduction in something new topic.
Nearby Words: introduce, introductory, introducing
Antonyms for Introduction
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good good ending good introduction
special special ending special introduction
best best ending best introduction
better better ending better introduction
Other adjectives: similar, typical, perfect, standard, original, proper, actual, entire, real, big, bad, famous, new, unique, dramatic, possible, official, last, different, extended.

Both words in one sentence

  • There's the series main theme, Into the Wilderness, which plays once or twice at key moments in each game, usually the ending or introduction.
  • Western Animation / Grizzly Tales for Gruesome Kids Similar to Tales from the Crypt each episode is a self-contained story with stop-motion animated introduction and ending segments featuring the host, Uncle Grizzly.
  • Art Shift In Tsuritama, the first episode's introduction and the ending credits use a computer-generated artstyle based around clusters of circles.
    Source: Art Shift
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