- in conclusion; in the last place; finally.
Origin of lastly
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Examples from the Web for lastly
Lastly, the re-opening of diplomatic ties between Havana and Washington gives Brazil a chance to push for changes in Cuba.Venezuela Says Goodbye to Its Lil Friend, While the Rest of the Continent Cheers
December 20, 2014
Lastly, it invested heavily to re-engineer one of its core products, the less-fattening Satisfries.Burger King Invades Canada to Save His Faltering Kingdom
August 26, 2014
Lastly I should say that one of my own life-changing experiences was while watching two DJs that barely even moved their heads.DJ Steve Aoki: To Cake or Not To Cake
August 8, 2014
C, lastly, I just think [Perritaz] has a natural taste for purity, delicacy, and ethereal balance.Wine, Watch Out! These Ciders Are Just as Good
July 19, 2014
Lastly, in a nod to the arrest of Pussy Riot, Obama needs to jail the sisters HAIM.Some 4 a.m. Brainstorming on How to Make Obama Tougher Than Putin
May 23, 2014
Lastly, it does not run counter to man's economic laws; it only uses and transcends them.The Conquest of Fear
Lastly, and chiefly, a mind turned to what is just and good.A Theological-Political Treatise [Part III]
Benedict of Spinoza
There is no "thirteenthly and lastly" in his simple address.Camps, Quarters and Casual Places
Next stir in the white of egg, then the flour, and lastly the almonds.
Then add by degrees the cocoa-nut; and lastly, a handful of sifted flour.
- at the end or at the last point
- in the end; finallylastly, he put on his jacket
Word Origin and History for lastly
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