Definition of At long last

1. Adverb. As the end result of a succession or process. "At long last the winter was over"

Exact synonyms: At Last, Finally, In The End, Ultimately
Partainyms: Final, Ultimate

Definition of At long last

1. Adverb. (idiomatic) at last ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of At Long Last

at home
at issue
at issue(a)
at knifepoint
at large
at large(ip)
at large(p)
at last
at latter Lammas
at least
at leisure
at leisure(p)
at length
at liberty(p)
at loggerheads
at long last (current term)
at loose ends
at most
at night
at no time
at odds
at odds(p)
at once
at one
at one's fingertips
at one time
at one with
at pains
at peace
at peace(p)

Literary usage of At long last

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Partners for Prosperity: The Group of Seven and the European Community by Alan Donnelly Mep, Heidi Ulrich (1994)
"... at Long Last Late in November 1992, after several tense months and many transatlantic flights, the EC and US agreed on a revision of the DFA section on ..."

2. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1837)
"You may depend it was her word that got me out at long last, though I was a beggar now ; my bit o' land was taken into the domain, and so I built a little ..."

3. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1895)
"At last, at long last, we rumbled over the stony streets of Bologna, and I was landed without any volition on my part at the doors of the Hôtel Braun. ..."

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