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Finally

1. at the end or conclusion; ultimately; lastly; as, the contest was long, but the romans finally conquered. Whom patience finally must crown. (Milton)

2. Completely; beyond recovery. Not any house of noble english in Ireland was utterly destroyed or finally rooted out. (Sir j. Davies)


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