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Last Things

plural noun
the subjects of eschatology: the second coming of Christ, the end of history, and the final destiny of the individual and humankind as a whole.
Origin of Last Things
First recorded in 1470-80 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018.
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  • You was the one that charged up the Last Things Rastus's folks bought.

    Mary-'Gusta Joseph C. Lincoln
  • One of the Last Things she does is to get suspicious of my moves.

    Torchy As A Pa Sewell Ford
  • I recall one of the Last Things I said that night to Mrs. Grose.

    The Turn of the Screw Henry James
  • But courage and coolness were the Last Things that could be expected from Mrs. Brand.

    A True Friend Adeline Sergeant
  • From the expression of his face she gathered that these were the Last Things he would weigh.

    The Creators

    May Sinclair
  • One of the Last Things he uttered, in one of his lucid intervals, was worthy of him.

    Character Samuel Smiles
  • To propitiate them, presents are made—the Last Things that can well be parted with.

    The Land of Fire Mayne Reid
  • Then in the rush of Last Things Robbie forgot her for a time.

    Beatrice Leigh at College

    Julia Augusta Schwartz

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