one last word

one last word

The final comment or criticism one has to say (about someone or something). I just have one last word about your proposal that I think would improve things greatly. One last word, Tom—if you ever try something like that again, I'll make sure you never work in this industry again.
See also: last, one, word
References in classic literature ?
"In one last word, do I give you any sort of encouragement to try again?"
"In one last word, I have made a fool of myself--and you have taken the kindest possible way of telling me so."
-- Now, then, one last word: who gave you the Fleece?
must he die without a glimpse of her, without an opportunity to give her one last kiss, or even to say one last word of farewell?
"My child," she said, "one last word to you, and I have done.
I dreaded being discovered and sent back; for I MUST see Helen,--I must embrace her before she died,--I must give her one last kiss, exchange with her one last word.
"Monsieur d'Artagnan, one last word: you have remarked that, for making this capture of M.
You will not grudge me one last word? Yes, I will take your hand.
One last word of information, which it may be necessary to add, and I shall close this inordinately long letter.
"I am going, but one last word," he said, quite unable to control himself.
"One last word of affectionate warning, of paternal caution, and I tear myself from the charm of addressing you--I close these fervent lines.
'One last word, Bella,' said Mrs Wilfer, 'before descending to the family apartment.
Just as Prince Theseus was going on board, his father bethought himself of one last word to say.
One last word: enjoy the barbecue season - but don't try it on the moors.
One last word: hundreds and thousands of Pakistanis living abroad have been accommodated and accepted as citizens by the countries that they have migrated to.