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final

adjective closing, completing, concluding, conclusory, crowning, decisive, definitive, end, ending, extreme, extremus, finishing, irrevocable, last, rearmost, supreme, terminal, terminating, terminational, terminative, ultimate, ultimus, unappealable, without appeal
Associated concepts: final accounting, final adjudication, final and conclusive, final award, final conviction, final deciiion, final decree, final determination, final disposition, final finding, final hearing, final judgment, final offer, final order, final settlement, final submission
See also: absolute, binding, categorical, certain, complete, conclusive, crucial, decisive, definitive, determinative, extreme, inappealable, incontestable, irrevocable, last, peremptory, positive, ultimate
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With a good conscience our only sure reward, with history the final judge of our deeds; let us go forth to lead the land we love, asking His blessing and His help, but knowing that here on earth God's work must truly be our own.
The treaties of the United States, under the present Constitution, are liable to the infractions of thirteen different legislatures, and as many different courts of final jurisdiction, acting under the authority of those legislatures.
Then I knew what had blinded me at that crucial moment of the fight, and how Sarkoja had found a way to kill me without herself delivering the final thrust.
I am an aspirant to membership in the palace guard," I said, "and from yonder window in the tower where I was confined awaiting the final test for fitness I saw this brute attack the this woman.
1253a] desire, must be best; but a government complete in itself is that final cause and what is best.
I hated myself for my final confidence, and his want of sympathy made me hate him too.
The approach of the final moment filled everybody with the most serious reflections.
But on my last day in town, coming out of the Stores, I met her with her son and daughter; like myself, she had been making her final purchases before leaving London, and we were both hot and tired.
Was he giving final battle to his formidable passion?
He made out a list of books which Philip was to read till he was ready for the final achievement of Faust, and meanwhile, ingeniously enough, started him on a German translation of one of the plays by Shakespeare which Philip had studied at school.
The A-shaped roof was thatched with small branches laid close together and over these long jungle grass and palm fronds, with a final coating of clay.
In a word he had been driven about from office to office for five months and had spent every farthing he had; his wife's last rags had just been pawned; and meanwhile a child had been born to them and--and today I have a final refusal to my petition, and I have hardly a crumb of bread left--I have nothing left; my wife has had a baby lately--and I-I--'