latest (adj.)
last, final
1H6 IV.ii.33[General to Talbot] This is the latest glory of thy praise / That I, thy enemy, due thee withal
2H4 IV.v.182[King Henry IV to Prince Henry] hear ... the very latest counsel / That ever I shall breathe
3H6 II.i.108[Warwick to Edward and Richard, of Wakefield] Where your brave father breathed his latest gasp
3H6 V.ii.41[Somerset to Warwick, of Montague] to the latest gasp [he] cried out for Warwick
Cor V.iii.11[Coriolanus to Aufidius, of the nobles and Menenius] Their latest refuge / Was to send him
H5 III.iii.2[King Henry to citizens of Harfleur] This is the latest parle we will admit
TNK V.iv.29[Palamon to Gaoler, of the Gaoler's Daughter's return to health] 'tis the latest thing / I shall be glad of
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