Terminatively
Terminative Ter"mi*na*tive, a. Tending or serving to terminate; terminating; determining; definitive. --Bp. Rust. -- {Ter"mi*na*tive*ly}, adv. --Jer. Taylor. [1913 Webster]

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  • terminate — [c]/ˈtɜməneɪt / (say termuhnayt) verb (terminated, terminating) –verb (t) 1. bring to an end; put an end to. 2. to occur at or form the conclusion of. 3. to bound or limit spatially; form or be situated at the extremity of. 4. to end (a… …   Australian English dictionary

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