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1‘she finally got her man to the altar’
eventually, ultimately, in the end, by and by, at length, after a long time, after some time
at last, at long last, in the long run, when all was said and done, in the fullness of time
British informal at the end of the day
2‘finally, wrap the ribbon round the edge of the board’
lastly, last, in conclusion, to conclude, in closing, to end, last but not least
3‘this should finally dispel the belief that the auditors are clients of the company’
conclusively, irrevocably, decisively, definitively, definitely, absolutely, for ever, for good, for all time, once and for all, permanently
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