A concluding or terminating
The last part
To make tense
In 1876, Seth Thomas patented the very first wind-up, bedside alarm clock which could be set to alarm at any hour.
I'm All Wound Up: This blue cotton tee boasts a picture of a yellow wind-up Corvette and the legend: "I'm all wound up."
In a Greyhound race, the track owners put out a wind-up toy.
They changed their name to Seether (inspired by the Veruca Salt song of the same name) when they signed to the major label Wind-Up Records that released their breakthrough album Disclaimer.
The pitcher/batter interface on Mario Superstar Baseball is relatively simple, allowing you to jump into the game without learning analog spins, batter aim, or mid wind-up changes.