Finished and Incomplete

Finished

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Finished adjective – Brought or having come to an end.
Usage example: the frosting isn't finished until you've added all of the decorative roses

Incomplete is an antonym for finished in topics: over, complete, cultivated, consumed.
Nearby Words: finish, finishing, finisher
Antonyms for Finished

Incomplete

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Incomplete adjective – Lacking some necessary part.
Usage example: an incomplete puzzle that has several pieces missing

Finished is an antonym for incomplete in unfinished topic.
Nearby Words: incompletely, incompleteness
Antonyms for Incomplete
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Things that words describes

attack finished attack incomplete attack
state finished state incomplete state
form finished form incomplete form
episode finished episode incomplete episode
Other nouns: item, prototype, game, novel, version, translation, games, versions.

Both words in one sentence

  • This is why the Star Maps are incomplete; they haven't finished repairing themselves yet.
  • Tabletop Game / Codex Even its main creator acknowledges that without the Worldbook, that never got finished, this game is incomplete.
  • If it was left incomplete, then Gato would keep his stranglehold, but if it was finished he could just kill Tazuna and commandeer the bridge to increase his own profits.
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