|annulment, abolishment; termination||abrogation|
|abnormal end; "crash" of a computer program, atypical termination of software (Computers)||ABEND|
|abolition of law, act of repealing, cancellation, revocation, annulment, bring somebody back from exile, revoke, make void, undo law||repeal|
|accuse publicly, announce termination of, condemn, censure; accuse, criticize publicly and harshly||denounce|
|act of outlawing something, cancellation, annulment; outlawing of slavery in the United States, ending of slavery||abolition|
|act of retracting, act of taking back; withdrawal, annulment; act of pulling back, act of drawing back, power to retract, retracting statement, something retracted||retraction|
|act of revoking, cancellation, annulment, retraction||revocation|
|act of severing, act of severing or cutting; separation, division; termination (of a relationship, etc.), severance pay, splitting into parts||severance|
|act of winning or overcoming; overthrow; instance of being defeated, loss; failure, annulment, baffle somebody, beat a competitor, beat an enemy, cause failure, losing to an opponent, make something void, overcome, beat; frustrate, win a vote||defeat|
|announcement; poster, sign; notification (often of termination of employment or a living situation); warning; attention, consideration, critical review, discern, perceive; pay attention; observe, remark, give official notice to, mention something, obse...||notice|
|annulment, nullification, abrogation, cancellation, elimination||abolishment|
|area on playing field, bring to a conclusion; complete, finish, conclude; cease, completion, termination; purpose, aim; death, extremity of a scale, extremity of object, final part, goal, have a tip, leftover piece, limit or boundary, part of communica...||end|
|become void, decline, elapse, error, mistake, failure; temporary deviation; passage of time, pause; gradual sinking to a lower degree, decline; expiration, termination, fail to reach an accepted standard; gradually slip into or out of a state or condit...||lapse|
|cancel gradually, terminate by stages, gradual termination, stage-oriented cancellation, process of discontinuing||phaseout|
|cancel, annul, repeal, retract; fail to play a card of proper suit when it is possible to do so (Cards), failure to follow suit in cards, failure to play a card of the proper suit when it is possible to do so (Cards); cancellation, annulment, retractio...||revoke|
|canceling or rescinding, cancellation, annulment, act of making void, rescindment||recision|
|cancellation, revocation, annulment, repeal||rescindment|
|cancellation, revocation, annulment, repeal, rescinding of something||rescission|
|capable of being terminated, capable of termination, with a fixed end point||terminable|
|causing abortion, causing the premature termination of a pregnancy, inducing abortion (of a drug), drug which causes abortion, agent which causes the premature termination of a pregnancy||abortifacient|
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