The end or conclusion: the closing of a debate. (noun)
A meeting for completing a transaction, especially one at which contracts are signed transferring ownership of real estate.(noun)
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Use "closing" in a sentence
"All I ask in closing is that you agree that amongst all those folks of CI and above that some write off as “wasters” there are commited cops who enjoy the job and just do a different part of it."
"All I can say in closing is i could have done a better job with that alphabet soup Anderson titled Saga of the Seven Suns."
"All I have to say in closing is this: Take the expressions of my great desire for the success and prosperity of this country-grow, prosper and multiply."