Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The substance finally produced as a result of a series of chemical reactions.

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Examples

  • A rigid predetermination of an end-product whether by artist or beholder leads to the turning out of a mechanical or academic product ...

    John Dewey's *Art as Experience*

  • "The semiconductor manufacturers are certainly showing caution in assessing the economic impact of the Japanese earthquake on their supply chain as well as on the overall end-product market; some customers have indeed re-timed a limited number of deliveries," said Chief Executive Eric Meurice .

    ASML Sees Record Year

  • Early albums were full of frustrated male id and tape warble, favoring fragments over polished end-product.

    Nation Building, Foo Fighting

  • The way most science is funded is with an end-product in mind.

    Harlan Ellison on God

  • Lily Allen, It's Not Me, It's YouBasically a frigid opposite of each alternative cocktail manuscript upon this list, It's Not Me ... isn't a end-product of a unconstrained tinkerings of a cocktail elite, nor is it particularly cocktail in any of a sentiments.

    The Best Albums Of 2009, In Bigger Than The Sound | Industry Fokery

  • As for Arsenal, they played plenty of clever football and, on his second home start, Gervinho looked every inch an Arsenal forward – plenty of skill and imagination with not as much end-product as there ought to be.

    Arsenal 1-1 New York Red Bulls | Emirates Cup match report

  • In order to finish writing a piece, you must write, even if your end-product is a hole-filled Swiss-cheese draft.

    How to Stop Digital Fiddling and Start Writing | Write to Done

  • Lily Allen, It's Not Me, It's YouBasically a frigid opposite of each alternative cocktail manuscript upon this list, It's Not Me ... isn't a end-product of a unconstrained tinkerings of a cocktail elite, nor is it particularly cocktail in any of a sentiments.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • I felt that, much like Manchester City, Capello had come to expect more of an end-product from Johnson than Wright-Phillips.

    Theo Walcott's public World Cup pain should have been avoided

  • Virtually overnight, there would be a substantial, stable market for the end-product.

    Cavalry to the Rescue

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