Idiom:  last but not least


Idiom:  last but not least

  • something that’s equally as important as other things even though it’s the last thing mentioned

Example sentences

  • Last but not least, I want to thank my assistant for helping to organize this conference.
  • During my vacation I went to London, Paris and last but not least, the charming city of Prague.
  • So that's the tour of the flat. Enjoy your stay and oh, last but not least, don't forget to set the deadbolt on the door like this.
  • Here's your ticket, hotel information and last but not least, your passport with the 90-day tourist visa.
  • I've got six years experience in direct marketing and Facebook ads and last but not least, I'm fluent in French, Spanish and Italian.
  • These are my roommates Jake and Paul and last but not least, my little sister Jenny. 
  • After giving me three gifts, my boyfriend pulled out a little black box and said, "Last but not least a little something to adorn your finger."
  • Everything you need to make the lasagna is in this bag and last but not least, I also bought a fresh baguette and flowers for the table.

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