What is another word for closure?

357 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ klˈə͡ʊʒə], [ klˈə‍ʊʒə], [ k_l_ˈəʊ_ʒ_ə]

Synonyms for Closure:

cessation (noun) closure (noun) fastener (noun) Other synonyms:
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Rhymes for Closure:

  1. crozier;
  2. enclosure, composure, exposure, inclosure, disclosure;

Quotes for Closure:

  1. With a mini series you can give the story a proper sense of pacing, a proper sense of closure Garth Ennis.
  2. I don't see novels ending with any real sense of closure Michael Ondaatje.
  3. Right now we have a closure rate between discovery and exploitation of four to six months. We need to be more in the realm of seven to 10 days. That is an enormous challenge. John W. Thompson.

Adjectives for Closure:

  • suitably solid,
  • thematic and characterological,
  • normal hiatal,
  • permanent insufficient,
  • further, final,
  • virginally tight,
  • pressure-seal,
  • absolute visual,
  • thematic and dramatic,
  • characterological,
  • proper literary,
  • two-button,
  • good tight,
  • perceptual,
  • pulmonary,
  • nal,
  • figurative,
  • catastrophic,
  • unconventional,
  • recognizable,
  • seal,
  • sensational,
  • insufficient,
  • intermittent,
  • informal,
  • functional,
  • rudimentary,
  • muffled,
  • visual,
  • ceremonial,
  • seventh,
  • sixth,
  • logical,
  • hasty,
  • fifth,
  • critical,
  • initial,
  • legal,
  • subsequent,
  • artificial,
  • violent,
  • successful,
  • false,
  • official,
  • happy,
  • female,
  • solid,
  • splendid,
  • further,
  • natural,
  • original,
  • white,
  • concentric,
  • hydraulic,
  • operative,
  • seasonal,
  • fetid,
  • definitive,
  • methodical,
  • effectual,
  • provisional,
  • posterior,
  • short-lived,
  • minimal,
  • own personal,
  • defiant,
  • bony,
  • snug,
  • ritual,
  • arbitrary,
  • theological,
  • involuntary,
  • abrupt,
  • muscular,
  • parallel,
  • rustic,
  • conspicuous,
  • accurate,
  • relative,
  • moderate,
  • thorough,
  • dramatic,
  • brutal,
  • vigorous,
  • calm,
  • apparent,
  • savage,
  • absolute,
  • upper,
  • extraordinary,
  • direct,
  • fierce,
  • delicate,
  • quiet,
  • personal,
  • occasional,
  • similar,
  • low,
  • special,
  • true,
  • general,
  • single,
  • antural,
  • quick permanent,
  • temporary inflammatory,
  • calm but effectual,
  • concentric and parallel,
  • conspicuous and even defiant,
  • kathodal,
  • strongest muscular,
  • low or negative,
  • dorsal,
  • anodal,
  • hiatal,
  • immediate and permanent,
  • dural,
  • caecal,
  • sheet-metal,
  • cathartic,
  • incremental,
  • self-assured,
  • retaliatory,
  • almost complete,
  • unopened,
  • ventral,
  • unforgettable,
  • inflammatory,
  • pneumatic,
  • impassable,
  • exciting frontal,
  • long, frontal,
  • recent governmental,
  • always partial,
  • entire and full,
  • much tighter,
  • three-minute,
  • thematic,
  • tighter,
  • more complete,
  • drastic,
  • governmental,
  • perceptible,
  • satisfying,
  • decisive,
  • oval,
  • sincere,
  • routine,
  • strict,
  • helpless,
  • mechanical,
  • formal,
  • literary,
  • delightful,
  • easy,
  • slight,
  • free,
  • wonderful,
  • least,
  • entire,
  • incomplete,
  • gradual,
  • impending,
  • emotional,
  • practical,
  • brief,
  • distant,
  • full,
  • ordinary,
  • certain,
  • curt,
  • tardy,
  • main and peremptory,
  • partial or complete,
  • fenced,
  • imminent,
  • accidental,
  • magnetic,
  • negative,
  • efficient,
  • solitary,
  • possible,
  • main,
  • present,
  • automatic,
  • steady,
  • double,
  • less complete,
  • frontal,
  • dorsal,
  • peremptory,
  • total,
  • proper,
  • crystal,
  • rigid,
  • mutual,
  • wooden,
  • perfect,
  • long,
  • effective,
  • gentle,
  • premature,
  • guilty,
  • concurrent,
  • unexpected,
  • top,
  • permanent,
  • tight,
  • glottal,
  • cynical,
  • sudden,
  • rapid,
  • imperfect,
  • immediate,
  • temporary,
  • nether,
  • partial,
  • final,
  • israeli,
  • complete.
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