lastly

[last-lee, lahst-]
adverb
in conclusion; in the last place; finally.

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English lestely. See last1, -ly

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lastly (ˈlɑːstlɪ)
 
adv
1.  at the end or at the last point
 
sentence connector
2.  in the end; finally: lastly, he put on his jacket

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Example sentences
Lastly, it was burned and dodged, and many imperfections in the veins of the
  leaves were removed.
Lastly, the global warming problem is already in play.
Lastly, when the worm was placed under the other cap, the lizards first went
  for the cap that had previously held the worm.
And lastly, the plot of the story doesn't make sense.
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