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Lasts

keyword: Last
A Last Ditch Effort »
(one last try before one quits...)


At Long Last »
(after a long time without it...)


Every Last One »
(all of them must be included; not even one of them can be forgotten...)


Get The Last Word »
(one is the last person to speak in an argument...)


On Your Last Leg »
(the end is near...)


A Final Fling »
(the last time two people get together for romance...)


All Gone »
(there are no more; none are left; the last one is gone...)


Be The Straw That Broke The Camel's Back »
(the last thing that happened after which one said "no more"...)


Bringing Up The Rear »
(the last one; in last place...)


Get The Final Word »
(say the last thing said in an argument...)


Go The Distance »
(last for the entire match without quitting or being knocked out...)


Take It Or Leave It »
(this is the last offer; either accept or reject this proposal because there will be no more adjustments...)


The Straw That Broke The Camel's Back »
(one last thing that finally made the you upset...)




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