- The movie lasted about two hours.
- That paint job should last a long time.
- He won't last; he'll quit before the week's out.
- he will not last very much longer
- —James Dennis
- couldn't last out the training program
- the supplies will last them a week
He spoke last at the meeting.
My horse was last in the race.
She was first to arrive at the party and last to leave.
I last saw him in the supermarket.
They last went to the beach in June.
This word was last used in the 17th century.
He was the last one out of the building.
She succeeded on her last attempt.
These are the last two books in the series.
We are going to the beach for the last week of the summer.
the last cookie in the jar
She said she wouldn't marry him if he was the last man on earth.
He was tragically killed during the last days of the war.
I haven't seen her recently. The last time we met was at a party.
: after any others in time, order, or importance : at the end
: most recently : on the most recent occasion
—used to introduce a final statement or subject
: coming after all others in time, order, or importance
: remaining after the rest are gone
: belonging to the final part of something
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