|end, act of stopping, ceasing||desistance|
|, stopping place for drivers, rest stop||rest area|
|about to die, ceasing to live, expiring, final, occurring just before death, of or pertaining to death; nearing death; occurring just prior to death; ending, drawing to a close||dying|
|accurate, candid, candidly, cigarette without filter, consecutive, consistent, conventional, conventional person, delivered with unbent arm, directly; in an upright manner; frankly, openly; immediately, without delay; continuously, without stopping; ho...||straight|
|act of closing; act of blocking; act of stopping activity; act of locking; confinement||shutting|
|act of disappearing, vanishing; ceasing to exist||disappearance|
|act of freezing; state of being frozen; extreme cold (Meteorology); frost, great cold; act of ceasing the manufacture of; act of fixing (prices, wages, etc.) at a certain level, anesthetize body part, be harmed or killed by cold, become hard, become un...||freeze|
|act of stopping or slowing down||brakeage|
|act of stopping, halt; something which causes a secession of movement, obstruction, blockage, situation where things are stopped||stoppage|
|addition or extension, continuing (without stopping); resumption (after stopping); sequel, process of continuing, starting again after interruption||continuation|
|additional support, catch stopping backward movement, catcher, give support to somebody, screen to stop a ball, wall or some type of barrier which keeps a ball from going outside of an area of play; catcher (Baseball)||backstop|
|allow animals to eat grass, break the skin slightly, change TV channels, eat food in supermarket, eat grass in fields, eat snacks, instance of rubbing lightly against something; scrape; scratch; act of grazing, act of eating grass, keep stopping and st...||graze|
|ban, restriction on commerce, impose an embargo, officially restrict commerce, order halting movement of ships, order stopping trade, prohibit or forbid something, prohibition, seize something||embargo|
|bandage or sling, ligament or muscle, something which holds up or supports (such as a muscle or bandage); athletic supporter, supporting, suspending, holding up; delaying, temporarily stopping something||suspensory|
|be consistent with something else, bill, block opponent, blocking move, check mark, checked, checker, checkroom, cheque, confirm truth or accuracy of something, examination, examination; stopping, pausing; verification; payment order, money order; rest...||check|
|breakable pin for stopping machine||shear pin|
|breath stopping, awesome, overwhelming||breathtaking|
|brief and without much attention, ceasing to exist, death, exceedingly, very; quite, extremely, going by, crossing; exit; death, going by; coming and going; momentary, going past, place where it is possible to pass, process of time going by, transitory||passing|
|bus or train making few stops, confined within a boundary, restricted; having restricted governing powers; unoriginal, narrow, mediocre, lacking full authority, lacking full scope, of relatively little talent, stopping at only a few places, with a limi...||limited|
|causing tension, stopping something, tending to suspend, temporarily delaying; causing suspense, suspenseful, undecided about something||suspensive|
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