last hurrah

noun
1.
a politician's final campaign.
2.
any final attempt, competition, performance, success, or the like: his last hurrah as a college football star.

Origin:
from The Last Hurrah, a novel (1956) by U.S. author Edwin O'Connor (1918–68)

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Example sentences
Far from being the return of the big bonuses, this could be their last hurrah.
Let's have one last hurrah for summer and head to a seafood shack.
If you can afford it, give the summer weather one last hurrah by flying to the
  nearest beach.
Perhaps the animal believes that a move will give him the chance for a brief
  last hurrah in some other troop.
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