“Last but not least” – Signposts – Post 5


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The expression “last but not least” indicates that you are about to mention the last thing of a list of previously mentioned arguments or things, and it emphasizes that the mere fact of it being the last thing doesn’t signify that it is less important than the previous ones.

Example: “Pollution may manifest itself in different forms such as air pollution, soil pollution, and last but not least, water pollution.” Emphasizing that water pollution is not less important than air and soil pollution.


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