Synonyms for Last:

adj.

authoritative (adjective)
definitive.
final (adjective)
hindmost, definitive, first, least, determinative, far, final, once and for all, determinate, foremost, conclusive, ulterior, far-off, hindermost, climactic, antipodal, outermost, closing, crowning, decisive, concluding, eventual.
final; newest (adjective)
closing, utmost, conclusive, far, outermost, concluding, hindmost, lowest, eventual, end, climactic, once and for all, latest, ulterior, far-off, determinate, rearmost, antipodal, ending, least, terminal, ultimate, finishing, definitive, determinative, crowning.
last (adjective)
concluding, Terminating, final, terminal, ending, closing, exiting, complete, finishing, Capping, Culminating.
rear (adjective)
hindermost.
shortest (adjective)
lowest.

adv

finally (adverb)
in conclusion.
in the end (adverb)
lastly.

n.

accessible, going, on offer, public, seasonal, usable, vacant, spare, open, available. awl, bradawl, bit, box end wrench, immediate, outmoded, adjustable wrench, bellows, blowtorch, applicator, modish, blowlamp, stale, current, Allen Wrench, old, modern. answer, sometime, then, DO, before, Whenever, when, This, all, serve, satisfy, here, Until. span, hindmost, stretch, go back, last out, hindermost, rearmost, lattermost, clock in at. previous, near, tick over, foregoing, precede, limp, preceding, fighting for survival, live to fight/see another day. flow, take hold, latency. where there's a will, there's a way, I/we etc. will not rest until..., wild horses couldn't..., and damn the consequences/expense etc., ...or bust, if it kills you, there's no stopping someone, won't take no for an answer, in for a penny, in for a pound. end (noun)
conclusion, close, finale, finis, finish.
future (noun)
ulterior.
in conclusion (noun)
conclusively.
last (noun)
endmost, parthian, conclusion, final stage, ultimate, cobbler's last, hold up, most recently, newest, antepenultimate, fourth-year, worst, shoemaker's last, later, end, close, finish, survive, final, finally, late, terminal, senior, latter, high, lowest, sunset, closing, stylish, inalterable, concluding, finale, utmost, unlikely, fashionable, unalterable, past, stopping point, in conclusion, up-to-date, penultimate, hold out, live on, go, net, live, subterminal, death, dying, next-to-last, lastly, parting, endure, latest, last-place, finis.
time (noun)
death.

v.

abide (verb)
continue, endure, linger, abide, put up with, persist, go on, suffer, undergo, tolerate, persevere, remain, tarry, experience, bear.
age (verb)
mellow, deteriorate, ripen, age, develop, decline, mature, season, grow old.
endure (verb)
outlast, prolong, outlive.
exist (verb)
live, exist, occur, prevail, subsist.
perpetuate (verb)
continue, perpetuate, endure.
persevere (verb)
survive, stay.
remain (verb)
wait.
stative (verb)
endure.

Other synonyms:

rearmost, hindermost, Whenever, then, clock in at, lattermost, tick over. latency, sometime, last out, This, Until, foregoing. here, when, preceding. go back, previous, limp. before, all. span. flow. stretch. continue
live on.
exist
live.
in conclusion
in conclusion, conclusively.
Other relevant words:
determinative, finally, fourth-year, live on, ulterior, least, crowning, dying, old, antepenultimate, antipodal, hindermost, immediate, late, current, stretch, newest, most recently, far-off, serve, foregoing, up-to-date, hold out, go, senior, all, finale, conclusion, far, climactic, definitive, fashionable, lowest, This, Until, final stage, sunset, rearmost, parthian, last-place, flow, close, before, parting, preceding, stylish, lastly, penultimate, cobbler's last, net, inalterable, unalterable, Whenever, determinate, eventual, once and for all, end, latter, lattermost, subterminal, finish, previous, limp, stopping point, ultimate, past, in conclusion, conclusively, latest, death, endmost, later, last out, shoemaker's last, here, hindmost, sometime, outermost, utmost, unlikely, next-to-last, finis, worst, hold up, high.

Usage examples for last

  1. Did you make up your mind last night?" – The Rosary by Florence L. Barclay
  2. That's about the last I remember. – Love Under Fire by Randall Parrish