end (n.)
death, ending [of life]
2H4 IV.iv.130[Gloucester to all, of King Henry IV] This apoplexy will certain be his end
2H6 I.iv.32[Spirit to Bolingbroke, of Suffolk] By water shall he die, and take his end
R3 II.i.15[King Edward to Hastings and Rivers, of God] Lest He ... / Confound your hidden falsehood and award / Either of you to be the other's end
Sonn.14.14[] Thy end is Truth's and Beauty's doom and date
TNK III.ii.38[Gaoler's Daughter alone] the point is this, / An end, and that is all
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