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closing (part of speech: verb)
approaching (part of speech: verb)
last (part of speech: adjective)
end (part of speech: noun)
following (part of speech: adjective)
ending (part of speech: verb)
ceasing (part of speech: verb)
final (part of speech: adjective)
completing (part of speech: verb)
plugging (part of speech: verb)
- Mrs Milt," he said, closing the window, " will you be good enough to see this girl to her room? - "The Man with a Shadow", George Manville Fenn.
- Closing the door, Beryl put out both hands, and took Leo's. - "At the Mercy of Tiberius", August Evans Wilson.
- It is so near closing time we must not waste an entire day. - "Dorothy Dale", Margaret Penrose.