Third-person singular simple present indicative form of end.(verb)
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Use "ends" in a sentence
"Over it make another layer of branches, reversing the ends of these tips from those underneath by pushing the _thick ends_ of branches of this top layer slantingly into the under layer _toward_ the _head_ of the bed with tips toward the foot."
"_courtier_ still hanging on the king and on the power that controlled the king, for _life_ and _liberty_; and careful still not to assert any independence of those same ends, which had always been taken to be his _ends_; it was in this character that he brought out at last the"
"ROME—Italy's government has asked Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, Italian member of the European Central Bank's executive board, to step down nearly two years before his term ends in order to facilitate the ascension of countryman Mario Draghi as the bank's president."