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    Use "terminus" in a sentence

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    terminus


    1. Having finished work this afternoon, I was walking along Academy Avenue to the bus terminus, when I suddenly saw Persephone and her mother just a few metres away, waving at me happily! They looked thrilled to see me, they ran towards me at once and I could do nothing to avoid them


    2. "What’s our ETA to the terminus? Will they catch up before we make it?"


    3. You are to accelerate as hard as you can for the terminus and leave us here


    4. The terminus grew over Tig’s head like the end of a tunnel


    5. Their pale blue constellation flew across the terminus again and held station there, waiting for the breaching ship and the junks


    6. The cockpit module tumbled slowly next to Greenstone and Tipperary on her way to the terminus


    7. The walls of the interstellar transit tore away everywhere, seemingly rushing at the still open terminus of the transit in a fiery wave


    8. A gravelled turning area at the beginning of the village served as a vehicle terminus where the tourist shuttles off-loaded their exhilarated cargoes to wander for a few hours


    9. The dipsticks from the terminus had arrived and moved to a table in the corner, sitting in silence and pretending to watch the view through their shades


    10. level four terminus in a few minutes, and it’s just one more step to


















































































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    Synonyms for "terminus"

    depot terminal terminus term terminal figure destination end point endpoint termination separation margin demarcation confine

    "terminus" definitions

    a place where something ends or is complete


    the ultimate goal for which something is done


    (architecture) a statue or a human bust or an animal carved out of the top of a square pillar; originally used as a boundary marker in ancient Rome


    either end of a railroad or bus route


    station where transport vehicles load or unload passengers or goods