(the) last (one) heard

(redirected from the last she heard)

(the) last (one) heard

According to the most recent knowledge one has about someone or something. Last we heard, she had moved up to Calgary to be closer to her family. I had no idea there were so many problems. The last I heard, everything was progressing smoothly.
See also: hear, last

the last I ˈheard

(spoken) used to give the most recent news you have about somebody/something: The last I heard he was still working at the garage.
See also: hear, last
References in periodicals archive ?
Mr Murray, who has been diagnosed with PTSD, said: "Those words were the last she heard and that stays with you for ever.
Lone survivor Jasmine Calma said her husband's cries for help were the last she heard during the one-hour fire.
That's the last she heard of him until this attack happened," the court document indicated, adding that the detectives needed more time to also examine some electronic goods that were confiscated from Ms Abdalla.
Nicola, 48, a single mum to Christy, 13, said: "They caught me on the hop, took down bank details, then called back saying my claim was worth up to PS18,000." But the last she heard from the Swansea-based company was in June.
But, tragically, that was the last she heard from him.
Siobhan transferred the agreed PS150 for the holiday and 'Emily' confirmed she had it but this was the last she heard from her.
The last she heard from him was in July - the day before he jetted out to Fiji to film TV show Love Island.
DiMarzio's sister Tami said: 'She told me he took off in the car and the last she heard was that he had an accident, that he was hit by a truck or something.'
The last she heard from her daughter was three years ago when Noralwizah wrote her a letter.
The last she heard he was dismissed from another medical assignment in the state for working while impaired.
Mr Sliwinski claimed that was the last she heard from the dealer, until after she wrote to BBC's Watchdog programme and the matter was mentioned on air.
Tim phoned to say he was off to Sheffield to see his seriously ill step-father - and that was the last she heard from him.