What Is Another Way to Say “Last but Not Least”?

Looking for synonyms for last but not least? We’ve got you covered!

Here’s a list of other ways to say last but not least.

  • Finally yet importantly
  • Last but not unimportant
  • Lastly and importantly
  • Finally and significantly
  • Last in order but not in importance
  • Concluding but not least
  • Ending but equally important
  • Ultimately but not insignificantly
  • Last in sequence but not in significance
  • Last on the list but not in value

Want to learn how to say last but not least professionally? Keep reading for examples and use cases.

1. Finally yet Importantly

Appropriate for concluding a list or series of points, emphasizing the importance of the final item.
Example: “Finally yet importantly, we must acknowledge the dedication of our support staff in completing this project.”

2. Last but not Unimportant

Suitable for emphasizing the significance of the final point in a list, ensuring it is not perceived as the least important.
Example: “Last but not unimportant, the feedback from our beta testers has been crucial in refining our software.”

3. Lastly and Importantly

Used in formal presentations or documents to introduce the final point, highlighting its importance.
Example: “Lastly and importantly, we will be expanding our operations to the European market next quarter.”

4. Finally and Significantly

Ideal for concluding statements or presentations where the final point carries significant weight or implications.
Example: “Finally and significantly, I would like to announce our merger with XYZ Corporation, a strategic move for our growth.”

5. Last in Order but not in Importance

Useful in contexts where the sequence of information does not reflect the value of each item.
Example: “Last in order but not in importance, we must consider the environmental impact of our new manufacturing process.”

6. Concluding but not Least

Appropriate for wrapping up discussions or lists, ensuring the final point is given due consideration.
Example: “Concluding but not least, I want to highlight the role of innovative technology in achieving our sales targets.”

7. Ending but Equally Important

Used when concluding a series of points or arguments, emphasizing the equal importance of the final item.
Example: “Ending but equally important, employee well-being will remain a top priority in our company policy.”

8. Ultimately but not Insignificantly

Suitable for final statements that have substantial relevance or impact, despite being mentioned last.
Example: “Ultimately but not insignificantly, our long-term vision aligns with the sustainable development goals.”

9. Last in Sequence but not in Significance

Ideal for ensuring the final point in a list is understood to be as significant as the preceding ones.
Example: “Last in sequence but not in significance, our partnership with local communities has been key to our success.”

10. Last on the List but not in Value

Used in summarizing or listing scenarios, to stress that the final item is valuable despite its position.
Example: “Last on the list but not in value, the continuous improvement of our customer service has greatly enhanced client satisfaction.”

Linda Brown