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Answer for the clue "Place to stop", 3 letters:
end

Alternative clues for the word end

Windup

Finale

Closure

Purpose

Epilogue

Wind up

Word before and after "to"

Remnant

Football lineman

Hindquarters

Curling inning

Goal

Pass receiver

It may be dead

Expiration

Ultimate

Kind of user

Get rid of

Intention

It may be living or dead

Armageddon

Coda's place in a score

Lineman

Cricket wicket

Boundary

Unpopular slice

Doom

Part to grab hold of

Tackle's neighbor

Finis

Curtains, with "the"

Objective

Ultimate point

Stop

Omega

Conclusion

Outer limit

Deli discard

Exterior lineman

Annihilation

Terminal

Quietus

Denouement

Pull the plug on

Tip

Tackle's teammate

Cut out

Sign off

Demise

Call a halt to

Stoppage

Period

"Bitter" part

Not-so-desirable bread slice

Finish

Word before and after "over"

Call off

Put the kibosh on

Upshot

Border

Butt

Loaf part

Cutoff point

Extremity

It may be bitter

Last page

Terminus

One may be on the line

Last part (appropriately)

Destroy

This, appropriately

Run out

See 65-Across

Period's place

Come to a halt

Halt

Quash

Wrap up

___-all

Tail

Termination

Top or bottom

Bankrupt

Give the coup de grГўce

Bitter ___

See 58-Down

Defensive footballer

Swan song

Cut short

Extreme

One may be dead

Judgment Day

At wit's ___

Eliminate

Break off

Apt answer for this clue

Close

Finish up

Stands for things

Wind up or down

Tug-of-war position

Maze goal

Rear

Sign-off

Dissolve

Cut off

Put a stopper on

Wipe out

With 41-Across, go out nicely

Last

Prime rib cut

Heel

Doomsday, with "the"

What boring things never seem to do

Caboose, e.g.

T formation participant

Tight ___

Potential pass target

Player next to a tackle

Bring to a halt

With "of" plus 49-Down, momentous time

See 3-Down

Culmination

Defensive ___

Terminate a relationship

Shut down

"The ___," next-to-last song on "Abbey Road," ironically

Fulfillment

Share of responsibility

Squelch

This, for example, with "the"

What this is, fittingly

Cessation

Knock off

One may be tight

Kill

Suspend

*Finish

Last bit

Wind down

Not go on

Stop going

The ___ [fittingly]

Möbius strip's lack

Wideout, in football

Maze's goal

Shut off

Discontinue

Target of some passes

Curtains

PC key below Home

Bottom of the ninth, usually

With 18-Across, software developer's concern

"___ of discussion!"

Consummate

Living or dead follower

Word with living or dead

Close down

Hindmost

One may get a pass

Not continue

When the credits roll

Call it a day

Word with deep or dead

Certain pick in 17-Across

December 31, e.g.

Bottom of the ninth, say

Many an eligible receiver

___ of the line

Patootie

Squash

A O doesn't have one

One may be bitter

Appropriate answer for this clue

Crusty bread slice

Ruin

Adjourn

Maze word

Last song recorded by all four Beatles, with "the"

Stew ___

Come to a close

A boundary marking the extremities of something

A position on the line of scrimmage

A piece of cloth that is left over after the rest has been used or sold

The last section of a communication

The part you are expected to play

The surface at either extremity of a three-dimensional object

A final state

A final part or section

Either extremity of something that has length

The concluding parts of an event or occurrence

One of two places from which people are communicating to each other

"Cleaning product with the slogan "It's that fast"

Give the coup de gr

Desinence

Sake

Offensive one, at times

Eternity lacks this

Stallworth's position

Pigskin chaser

Tight position?

Aim

See 57-Across

Type of table

Outcome

Sometimes it is bitter

Terminate

Complete

"And by opposing ___ them?" Hamlet

Pass catcher

Conclude

Coda

Zone for gridders

Fragment

Forster's "Howards ___"

Last word, at times

Wide receiver

Caboose's place

He's on the line

Book part

Leftover

Book's final word

QB's target, often

He may be tight

Object

Finalize

Kind of play

Last word

The last word

It might not be in sight

Football position

Result

It's sometimes bitter

Period of play in curling

Marino target

"Happy ___," 1977 musical

Kind of play, in bridge

___ product

Eligible pass receiver

"Howards ___," Forster novel

Word with tight and open

Fate

Consequence

Word with head or tail

Word with split or tight

Like some products

Split or tight Jet

This Across answer, appropriately

Word with tag or rear

Where this word comes

The ultimate state

Tight ___, in football

Player who may be tight

Either half of a domino

Where this word belongs

What a checkmate causes

Last word in many books

Word with run or play

Kind of product

___ line (court boundary)

Means to an ___

Football player

Peroration

Culminate

Bitter or dead

Limit

Result of a coup de grâce

Sinclair's "World's ___"

Word with rear or tight

Abrogate

Receiver, frequently

A cricket wicket

Finite point

Split or tight follower

Grid lineman

Word with front or rear

Minstrel man

He's often tight, in football

Put a stop to

Last straw

Kind of table

Split or tight one

Cease

Last part

See 23 Across

Word with tail or dead

Priestley's "Eden ___"

Elway target

This may be tight or loose

Position for Russ Francis

He may be split

Word definitions for end in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
I. noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a marriage ends in divorce ▪ Five years later, their marriage ended in divorce. a marriage ends ▪ Her three marriages all ended in divorce. a means to an end (= something you do only to achieve a result, not because...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
End \End\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Ended ; p. pr. & vb. n. Ending .] To bring to an end or conclusion; to finish; to close; to terminate; as, to end a speech. ``I shall end this strife.'' --Shak. On the seventh day God ended his work. --Gen. ii. 2....

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. (rfc-sense) The final point of something in space or time. vb. (context ergative English) To finish, terminate.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English ende "end, conclusion, boundary, district, species, class," from Proto-Germanic *andja (cognates: Old Frisian enda , Old Dutch ende , Dutch einde , Old Norse endir "end;" Old High German enti "top, forehead, end," German Ende , Gothic andeis...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
v. have an end, in a temporal, spatial, or quantitative sense; either spatial or metaphorical; "the bronchioles terminate in a capillary bed"; "Your rights stop where you infringe upon the rights of other"; "My property ends by the bushes"; "The symphony...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
On offense, an end who lines up close to the other linemen is known as a tight end and is the only lineman who aside from blocking can run or catch passes. One who lines up some distance from the offensive line is known as a split end. In recent years and...

Usage examples of end.

They may opine that I have been an abettor of treason, that I have attempted to circumvent the ends of justice, and that I may have impersonated you in order to render possible your escape.

I will not wear thy soul with words about my grief and sorrow: but it is to be told that I sat now in a perilous place, and yet I might not step down from it and abide in that land, for then it was a sure thing, that some of my foes would have laid hand on me and brought me to judgment for being but myself, and I should have ended miserably.

End, I will lead you over this green plain, and then go back home to mine hermitage, and abide there till ye come to me, or I die.

B-39 Peacemaker force has been tasked by SIOP with maintaining an XK-Pluto capability directed at ablating the ability of the Russians to activate Project Koschei, the dormant alien entity they captured from the Nazis at the end of the last war.

Weeden gave it to his companion after the end, as a mute clue to the abnormality which had occurred, or whether, as is more probable, Smith had it before, and added the underscoring himself from what he had managed to extract from his friend by shrewd guessing and adroit cross-questioning.

Pender then went on to describe life aboard the ship for all of the hands, pleading with the admiral to intercede and put an end to this tyranny.

And in those times it was well to have the strong arms and sharp blades of any fighters available, for the Lowlands to the north were all aboil and the border was all aflame from end to end.

Just where the bitumen ended and the grass began sat a small Aboriginal boy, I recognised him as belonging to a house around the corner from us!

The purpose of those killings could only have been to dupe whoever was on the receiving end of those subconscious television messages into believing that this Abraxas character is some sort of Lone Ranger, spreading good wherever he goes.

Five minutes later the Lackawanna, Captain Marchand, going at full speed, delivered her blow also at right angles on the port side, abreast the after end of the armored superstructure.

I They secured the end of the rope to one of the poles wedged like an anchor in the opening of the tunnel that led to the crystal cavern, and Craig abseiled down the rope to the water at the bottom of the shaft once more.

StregaSchloss on the end of a moth-eaten damask curtain was a bad idea, or maybe the sight of the Borgia money going to such an undeserving home had simply robbed the estate lawyer of the will to live, but miraculously his abseiling suicide attempt didnt kill him.

No angle is present as the ending ridge does not abut upon the curving ridge which envelopes it.

Here he reared a continuous rampart with a ditch in front of it, fair-sized forts, probably a dozen in number, built either close behind it or actually abutting on it, and a connecting road running from end to end.

The core is placed upon the end of the ridge abutting upon the inside of the loop, and so the imaginary line crosses no looping ridge, which is necessary.