finishing line

  1. a line indicating the location of the finish of a race
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How To Use finishing line In A Sentence

  • The finishing line may be in sight but the final lap is shaping up to be an epic battle. Times, Sunday Times
  • Leicester had no need to strain for the finishing line. Times, Sunday Times
  • He redoubled his speed when he saw the finishing line ahead.
  • It now seems a question of whether anyone will make it over the finishing line. Times, Sunday Times
  • Yet the fight between the two of them went all the way to the finishing line. Times, Sunday Times
  • Their effort, worthless in itself, merely a means to an end - the finishing line or the factory whistle signaling the end of the workday.
  • He was a fresh, dynamic face on the political scene who travelled like a winner, before cruelling his chances with the finishing line in sight.
  • The winner is the athlete whose torso breaks the vertical plane of the finishing line first.
  • When you cross the finishing line, all that is lifted from your shoulders. Times, Sunday Times
  • Labour activists see only open country between them and the finishing line. Times, Sunday Times
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