every last one

every last one

Each individual person or thing that comprises a group or whole. Used for emphasis. Did you pick up all of your toys—every last one?
See also: every, last, one

every last one

every one; every single one. You must eat all your peas! Every last one! Each of you—every last one—has to take some medicine.
See also: every, last, one
References in classic literature ?
It would be my advice to persons situated in this way, to not roll or thrash around, because this excites the interest of all the different sorts of animals and makes every last one of them want to turn out and see what is going on, and this makes things worse than they were before, and of course makes you objurgate harder, too, if you can.
Yet every last one of them knew I had nothing but my salary and that I'd always lived a lap ahead of it."
All the nobility, and all the patriarchs and prophets - every last one of them - and all the archangels, and all the princes and governors and viceroys, were there, - and NO small fry - not a single one.
A mission to retrieve a wheelie bin builds to a hilarious crescendo of comedy capers in the closing scenes, with a fabulous Gillian Hardie stealing every last one as saucy Greta.
Like the previous two Arkham games of the trilogy, the game still sports the brawling gameplay where Batman manages to take down a whole crowd of goons by himself through a series of quick strikes and reactive parries until every last one is down.
If I was in charge giving out Blue Peter badges I'd make sure every last one of you got one.
She is the author of eight novels: Object Lessons, One True Thing, Black and Blue, Blessings, Rise and Shine, Every Last One, Still Life with Bread Crumbs, and Miller's Valley.
Like happy babies filling a fresh nappy, royal expert after royal expert spewed forth predictions, every last one of which could have been followed by the caveat "equally he/she/ they/it might not".
What is the secret of the Matriarch Rachel - Rachel, who was buried on the road and does not find comfort until every last one of her children returns to his 'border'.
The consultation on land use will no doubt be the talk of the show and we must use the opportunity to highlight the importance of this issue to every last one of these people during the week.
IF it's proved the moorland fires have been started deliberately and the perpetrators are identified and caught, then every right-minded person would surely agree the only suitable punishment would be to provide them with the heavy protective clothing the firemen and the army are wearing in extremely hot conditions, give them a fire beater and set them to work with the firefighters beating the fires until every last one is out.
They need to kill every last one of us to change the facts."
Every last one of our staff members has contributed to the success of 713 Locksmith.
Royal Mail disputed Clr Cooper's claim and told the Examiner it delivered every last one of the 40,000 it received.