Definition of "ender" []

  • A native or inhabitant of the East End of London (noun)
  • Something which ends another thing. (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

  • A maneuver in which one uses the pressure of a wave to flip one's kayak end over end. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "ender" in a sentence
  • "And if the argument-ender is dropped and it's recognized that questions of design and designers can't be ruled on in either direction by science, it's a step backwards for a side that used to enjoy relatively unfettered BS rights."
  • "(Or maybe you're a 20-something West-ender, which is still cool.)"
  • "I wish that FDL agreed with me and Chait and Paul Krugman and the SEIU and the NAACP about health care rather than taking its counterproductive dead-ender stance."