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finality (n.)

1540s, "a goal, a guiding object," from French finalité, from Late Latin finalitatem (nominative finalitas) "state of being final," from Latin finalis "last, of or pertaining to an end" (see final). From 1833 as "quality or state of being final."

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Definitions of finality from WordNet

finality (n.)
the quality of being final or definitely settled;
the finality of death
Synonyms: conclusiveness / decisiveness
From wordnet.princeton.edu