at last

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Synonyms for at last

as the end result of a succession or process

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Forty men in one ship hunting the Sperm Whale for forty-eight months think they have done extremely well, and thank God, if at last they carry home the oil of forty fish.
Thus spake Zarathustra on the ridge of the mountain where it was cold: when, however, he came into the vicinity of the sea, and at last stood alone amongst the cliffs, then had he become weary on his way, and eagerer than ever before.
Her desire for that which she could not name came back to her, and at last they saw that what she wanted was the old christening robe.
At last one took the other aside, and said, 'That little urchin will make our fortune, if we can get him, and carry him about from town to town as a show; we must buy him.
Like the shadow of a swift and silent death it circled the village, nose to ground, halting at last close to the palisade, where it almost touched the backs of several huts.
But this is a true account--in so far as we can find the quaint old ballads which tell of it--and so we must follow one more of these songs and learn how Robin, after living many years longer, at last came to seek his grave.
So I 've let you in at last, Bunny--at last and after all
Many trips were required, but at last all stood safely together again at the beginning of the end of our quest.
They began to be frightened at last at Pulcheria Alexandrovna's strange silence on certain subjects.