aftermost

[ af-ter-mohst, ahf- or, esp. British, ahf-ter-muh st ]SEE DEFINITION OF aftermost
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The foremost and aftermost planks of the bottom, within and without.

The aftermost oar in a boat, from which the others take their time.

So saying, he led the way to the aftermost mess on the port side of the ship.

I was stationed to the four aftermost carronades on the quarter-deck.

The stage, well lighted, was built on the aftermost part of the deck.

With the exception of the five in the aftermost compartment, they were "double-ended," with the furnaces facing fore and aft.

One end of this rope would be passed through a hole at the aftermost end of the keel, where it would be made fast.

Sancho was seated on the captain's stage, close to the aftermost rower on the right-hand side.

"Try the aftermost berth, then," said I, slipping out in the dark to put on my trousers.

The great guns, with the exception of the Shannon's two aftermost guns ceased firing.

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