Finally [adverb]

Definition of Finally:

beyond any doubt

Opposite/Antonyms of Finally:

Sentence/Example of Finally:

Tiger Lake's official launch event earlier this month didn't offer much red meat for anyone already up-to-date on the news—but today, we finally have our own hands-on test results to share.

Paul finally realized Ryan was serious and with his blessing, Ryan began the process to determine if his kidney was a match for Paul.

In Malaysia, the government is finally acting to protect what’s left of Sarawak’s ancient forest canopy.

In June, GNA forces, mostly militias backed by Turkish drone attacks, finally repelled Haftar’s 14-month military offensive against Tripoli.

Seeing this, enough of the know-it-all investors who knew nothing about her customers finally knew enough to engage with Rent the Runway as a business proposition.

Many of those pandemic winners finally took a breather in recent weeks.

College is finally getting a little cheaper as the pandemic reshapes the world of higher education.

His administration will look like America and we could finally see an openly LGBTQ Cabinet member and a roster of senior government officials that showcases our great diversity.

In areas like New York City, gyms are finally starting open back up.

The well-documented phenomenon of overtourism, he says, has finally found its tipping point.