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last-mentioned

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Definition of last-mentioned in English:

adjective

Denoting the last thing or person of a number mentioned: the last-mentioned problem has more general implications
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  • And now we find the last-mentioned lady with her elbow resting upon Mary Kearney's piano, and feeling her hair with the tips of her fingers.
  • In all three of these last-mentioned plays, young women are the ultimate victims of what Middleton depicts as a general tendency to substitute commercial values for other methods of measuring human worth.
  • This last-mentioned circumstance gave him further courage, and he looked more steadily than before at the figure in the sand-pit.

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