termination


termination
I noun abatement, adjournment, cancellation, climax, close, completion, conclusion, confine, consequence, consummation, culmination, denouement, destination, discharge, discontinuance, effect, end, ending, end of the matter, end result, epilogue, expiration, extremity, finale, finality, finish, lapse, limit, outcome, pay-off, result, sequel, stoppage, terminal, upshot, windup associated concepts: termination of a contract, termination of employment, termination of parental rights II index abatement (extinguishment), adjournment, barrier, border, cancellation, close (conclusion), conclusion (outcome), denouement, destination, desuetude, discharge (performance), discontinuance (act of discontinuing), discontinuance (interruption of a legal action), effect, end (termination), expiration, extremity (death), extremity (furthest point), finality, frontier, halt, lapse (expiration), layoff, moratorium, rescision, resignation (relinquishment), result

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


termination
Cessation; conclusion; end in time or existence.

Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.


termination
Cessation; conclusion; end in time or existence.

Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations.

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