Finish noun - The last part of a process or action.
Usage example: a pie-eating contest is the fair's traditional finish
Start noun - The point at which something begins.
Usage example: knew from the start of the game that he would win easily
How words are described
|good||good finish||good start|
|high||high finish||high start|
|clean||clean finish||clean start|
|best||best finish||best start|
|Other adjectives: original, proper, top, awkward, actual, bad, quick, new, early, final, several.|
Both words in one sentence
- Most of the time in the Black & White series, you really don't have to worry about uncontrollable cutscenes until you start or finish a quest scroll.
Source: Overly Long Fighting Animation
- Also, as there are both defined start and finish points, you could also win be crossing the finish line first.
Source: Life Meter
- With Sugar Rush, it's likely that the camera view is provided by a hovering marshmallow with a TV camera hooked into the jumbotrons at the start/finish line.
Source: Disney / Wreck-It Ralph
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