extreme[ ik-streem ]SEE DEFINITION OF extreme
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The consciousness of recent misconduct filled her with extreme dread.
"Hum," remarked Uncle Peter, in a tone to be noticed for its extreme dryness.
She was blind and paralyzed, and on the extreme verge of eternity.
He was bothered, in a way, by the extreme mental caution of this fellow.
The issue was, however, disappointing to him in the extreme.
She hesitated, and then fired a parting shot which certainly was spiteful in the extreme.
She awaited the Extreme Unction, and now God alone could save her.
She might for a short time yet cut Linda's finances to the extreme limit.
And at extreme ranges, the forward one-third of the barrel is the point of aim.
My thoughts at that period of suffering were pessimistic in the extreme.
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