at last
Prepositional phrase
  1. (idiomatic) After a long time; eventually.
    Now that the dog has stopped barking, perhaps we can at last get some rest.
    After three hundred years had passed, at last the vampire's soul was free.
  2. (idiomatic) In the end; finally; ultimately.
    • L'Estrange
      Upon balancing the account, the profit at last will hardly countervail the inconveniences that go along with it.
    After all their troubles, at last they lived happily ever after.
    After exhausting all possibilities, Holmes was at last satisfied the problem was unsolvable.
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