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last: “last morning,” yesterday morning Gent. II. i. 88; “the last,” (1) the conclusion, end Tp. I. ii. 170 “hear the last of our sea-sorrow,” Cæs. III. ii. 12 “Be patient till the last,” Ant. V. ii. 336 “Bravest at the last” ; Mac. V. vii. 61 [viii. 32] “try the last”*, (?) go to the utmost lengths of venture; (2) the last time (S.) All'sW. V. iii. 79; “at the last” (e.g. Shr. V. i. 130) in the same senses as “at last,” but less freq.; “in the last” (S.), in the end, finally Cor. V. v. [vi.] 42; (one's) “last”=last time, last breath Tp. III. iii. 50 “I will stand to and feed, Although my last,” R2 II. i. 1 “breathe my last,” Tim. III. vi. 101 “This is Timon's last,” Compl. 168 ‘“It is thy last.”’
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