Common misspellings for ends:

enuse, ehints, fernds, enus, ewindows, eeds, egdes, jands, andys, unders, opends, hnds, endes, kenedy's, endo, erreands, ternds, enmass, enles, endose, indeas, inerds, indes, enedeup, enetrs, erronds, indise, endessly, osunds, evnts, 3nds, enues, opendays, aenda, epends, endof, endup, entise, indans, eds, nneds, endin, undos, agends, sendus, enoudh, enzo, ende, andas, ofends, eerands, emds, ereands, theneeds, andwas, indias, enis, inurds, enoys, soends, errnds, nds, reunds, oints, andf, andset, indows, inds, indose, endzone, knds, enssue, ajendas, endit, afends, gunds, sheneeds, abunds, enhase, andsay, viends, andso, enjos, wendsay, andu, rnd's, ineeds, deends, ontask, undp, endsup, nando's, endd, andhis, ahnds, endess, ounds, asends, neds, seonds, eneds, ednas, inards, endor, seunds, endliss, andusa, dends, anduse, sendse, endles, eidts, endface, ents, meands, eants, vendos, indors, efents, endex, indash, enties, ensus, riends, enas, enmys, and1960s, ens, wenedsay, earands, reinds, inides, andshow, indox, enitys, sneds, erands, ensu, heands, thends, enest, knids, hends, endet, ehands, errends, andsome, emands, endeds, eads, ehads, andswer, nends, eddys, cinds, endors, ond't, enxt, endges, andhas, opeids, enden, enews, andshe, pnds, enda, knods, erunds, endvors, ovents, ivents, undr, endig, enede, ernis, eents, fnds, ields, atends, eands, eanrs, andserd, avands, intos, econds, wndsor, ajents, indsuty, andsee, theindus, anoids, arrends, enduce, nedws, owneds, endur, jeands, indays, errnads, ineundos, enyas, etnies, unds, ecards, andis, erends, elds, entr, 2end, 23nds, andb, acends, cineds, ennis, endc, entusi, ieads, insds, jondus, igds, enws, pends, epounds, undose, dnds, rnds, 4nds, ejds, ehds, encs, enrs, esnds, ednds, ernds, e4nds, e3nds, enbds, enmds, ejnds, enjds, ehnds, enhds, ensds, enxds, endxs, encds, endcs, enfds, endfs, enrds, endrs, endzs, endsz, endsx, endds, endse, endsw, gnds, end3, e nds, en ds, end s.

Usage examples for ends

  1. The screws are operated until the ends of the jaws J have contact with the work W, and hold it axially true with the line of centres of the lathe, or otherwise, as the nature of the work may require.  Modern Machine-Shop Practice, Volumes I and II by Joshua Rose
  2. That ends our business- all the business we had in common, Mr. Barrett."  King Spruce, A Novel by Holman Day
  3. Brief, in two rules he summ'd the ends of man- " Keep all you have, and try for all you can!"  The Poetical Works of Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton, Bart. M.P. by Edward Bulwer Lytton
  4. Yes; and he has twisted the law to serve his own ends.  The Birthright by Joseph Hocking