deadline

[ US /ˈdɛdˌɫaɪn/ ]
[ UK /dˈɛdla‍ɪn/ ]
NOUN
  1. the point in time at which something must be completed
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How To Use deadline In A Sentence

  • Although I have finally been given a small piece of work to do (nothing crucial, generous deadline), I'm finding it hard to apply myself after such a long period of enforced inactivity.
  • April 15 is the deadline for filling individual income - tax returns.
  • The deadline for acceptance of the offer is Thursday afternoon, but both sides have claimed they have the upper hand in a takeover battle which is becoming increasingly bitter.
  • And the deadline for submitting the illustrations was getting uncomfortably close.
  • Management have agreed to extend the deadline.
  • However, the developer "faulted" on their agreement with the city and the MEDC by failing to purchase the "transfer site" under the given deadline. undefined
  • I hope you can submit you term papers before the deadline.
  • Looking back at my to-do list (previous post) it occurs to me that the whole point of getting the dratted deadline for Chill moved (it looks now as if it will be published for Fall 2009, so never fear; it is not being pushed back a full year) was so I could take some time off from novels and let my brain regrow. Re: Book sale paypal payments...
  • Clients also need to accept realistic deadlines. Times, Sunday Times
  • While he radiated innocence and virginity, Siterra radiated seductiveness, wildness, and deadliness.
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