final touch

See: denouement
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Its cheerless hillocks were all but naked of vegetation, for a never very flourishing growth of heather had recently been burnt right down to the unkindly- looking earth, leaving a dwarf black forest of charred sticks very grim to the eye and heart; while the dull surface of a small lifeless-looking lake added the final touch to the Dead-Sea mournfulness of the prospect.
Of course, you have of yourself remarked that hitherto I have always refrained from having any final explanation with you, for the reason that I could not well state the whole circumstances; and now to my difficulties the advent of the aged Grandmother, coupled with her subsequent proceedings, has put the final touch.
But beyond this bodily recognition, March could make neither head nor tail of their presence or demeanor, which seemed to give a final touch of nonsense to the whole nightmare.
The build-up from back was good but the final touch line was always not what we wanted.
You can think of it [as] a kind of final touch for a painting.
Cleverley struck with the final touch of the game three minutes into injury time to secure a win which looked to have eluded the visitors as goalkeeper Rob Elliot turned in a fine individual display.
Clark also claimed he got the final touch for the visitors' opener to make it the perfect return to Oakwell.
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Clegg tried to get the final touch as they turned to go inside.
And with confusion over who got the final touch Graham claimed it was his boot that sealed a stunning comeback for Dunfermline.
GEMMA Spofforth became Great Britain's first longcourse world champion since 2003 when she took the gold medal on the final touch in the 100 metres backstroke in Rome.