Idiom:  at (long) last

Meaning

Idiom:  at (long) last

  • after a long delay
  • after waiting a long time


Example sentences

  • At last spring is here—I thought winter was never going to end.
  • At long last I received my college diploma—I wasn’t sure I could do it.
  • It took me three years but at long last I passed my CPA exam. 
  • Our flight was cancelled so we arrived at long last at our hotel after 48 hours of travel.
  • And at last, the moment you've been waiting for, here's Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.
  • We're relieved that at long last my daughter has settled down and had a baby.
  • At last my credit card debt is finally at a reasonable balance and I can pay it off in two years.
  • At long last I'm going back to my country to visit my family for three weeks.
  • At last we received the fax from your doctor's office.


Synonyms

  • in the end


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