Check: “This atom smashing business is going to herald the final victory of the machine.”
The so-called “cut-outs” are the final chapter in an artistic career which spanned over 50 years.
In its final statement before the end of the year, the Federal Reserve described the economy as “expanding moderately.”
early 14c., from Old French final and directly from Latin finalis "of or pertaining to an end, concluding, final," from finis "end" (see finish). As a noun, late 14c., "that which comes last;" meaning "final contest" in a sporting sense is from 1880. As a shortening of final examination, from 1880.