The man who is the last out and the first in when all hands are called.
With these and the lamps we may have sufficient light to last out our trip.
You once said he could not last out a certain twenty-four-hour race.
He knew the food could not last out, and was saving his rations for the time of emergency.
“I only hope I can last out until I get home,” 172 he went on.
He has been long in contempt, and at last out of money, and then men cry 'alas!'
There was not enough to last out the voyage, but we had guns and powder.
Food must be gathered and stored, enough to last out the long winter.
The doctors, however, had pronounced him at last out of danger.
She was delighted to have irritated him at last out of his calmness.