Industries would then be financed and finally bought up.
It is rolled into sheets and finally granulated.
He did this for hours and finally caught one.
And finally she brought his pipe and filled it for him.
And finally they dropped it and broke its neck.
She is then sick or worse and finally is dead.
Repeats this several times and finally escapes.
He began to temporize and finally backed out.
They crowded on and finally found their seats.
And finally, the world forgot it.
He gathered an armful and finally returned to the sled.
She stammered, and finally she stormed.
So we held on, and finally he turned to me.
She continues her way and finally reaches ocean.
This worried him, and finally alarmed him.
And finally the line ran into the base of the hill.
The contractor hesitated and finally nodded surlily.
The police were at last revenged, and finally.
And, finally, what of home?
We looked and finally found them, dead.
Then comes the flower, and finally the fruit.
And finally the little dog slept in the hot sunshine.
She turned it over and over, and finally broke the seal.
He plead and cried, and finally prayed.
The ravines we skirted and finally got up onto the ridge.
Pete tried on several hats and finally selected one.
How To Use And Finally In A Sentence?
Later it was burned, and finally restored in 1843.
And finally the gendarme said he knew a hero-song.
And, finally, there was duty.
Fraser reasoned and remonstrated, and finally threatened.
I visited them all, and finally selected three of these.
Definition of And Finally
(idiomatic, journalism, colloquial) A light news story reserved for the end of a bulletin when there is a lack of more important items; typically involving animals or other features supposed to be amusing.