[end-pey-per] /ˈɛndˌpeɪ pər/
a sheet of paper, often distinctively colored or ornamented, folded vertically once to form two leaves, one of which is pasted flat to the inside of the front or back cover of a book, with the other pasted to the inside edge of the first or last page to form a flyleaf.
either of two leaves at the front and back of a book pasted to the inside of the board covers and the first leaf of the book to secure the binding
[end-stopt] /ˈɛndˌstɒpt/ adjective, Prosody. 1. (of a line of verse) ending at the end of a syntactic unit that is usually followed by a pause in speaking and a punctuation mark in writing. adjective 1. (of verse) having a pause at the end of each line
[endz-vil] /ˈɛndz vɪl/ adjective, (sometimes lowercase) Slang. 1. most wonderful or exciting: a rock band that was regarded as Endsville in the late fifties. 2. (of a location, circumstance, etc.) most isolated or undesirable. adjective Superb; unsurpassed: Endville means the best [1950s+ Cool talk; see -sville]
noun 1. a small table placed beside a chair or at the end of a sofa.
end-tidal adj. At the end of a normal exhalation.