Definition of completion:
utmost, result, bound, mop up, pass completion, shutting, point, expiry, stopping point, blockbusting, uttermost, windup, design, closedown, carry through, come to, complete, purpose, passing, BR, terminus, building society, fulfilment, stop, withdrawal, finish with, tip, chain, outcome, issue, extent, continue, bath, get through, closure, wind-up, intent, consequence, boundary, cease, goal, end of the line, conclude, clear, closing, culmination, call it a day/night, limit, extremity, effect, apogee, appraise, appraisal, shutdown, wrap-up, balloon mortgage, bridge loan.
- completion (part of speech: noun)
- end (part of speech: noun)
- "The Story of Our Hymns", Ernest Edwin Ryden.
- "Thaddeus of Warsaw", Jane Porter.
Writing thus briefly, it is impossible for me to explain what took place during the two years that passed between the beginning and the completion of the monastery: the last six months and the first six months were the most painful.- "The Life of St. Teresa of Jesus", Teresa of Avila.