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    #1

    miseries have no end/ ending

    It seems that my miseries have no end/ ending.

    Which word is appropriate in this sentence? I am familiar with another sentence- "There is no end to my miseries." However I want to know in context of the above sentence.

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    Re: miseries have no end/ ending

    They're both OK.

    I prefer 'end'.

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