Endure, after all the others (4)
I believe the answer is:
I believe this is a double definition.
'endure' is the first definition.
(I know that endure can be written as last)
'after all the others' is the second definition.
(I've seen this before)
(Other definitions for last that I've seen before include "most recent model" , "The cobbler's equipment will endure" , "Latest" , "stay at the back" , "part of Oxford's restoration with this?" .)