farthest

[ fahr-th ist ]SEE DEFINITION OF farthest

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FARTHEST

Farthest to the left were the traces of the savage who wore the patched moccasin.

So after all it has come about that the message of the Farthest Lantern is never written at all.

The inspiration of the Farthest North for a brief time thrilled me.

Farthest away, at the other end of the row of iron cells, is Number Eight.

It was our "Farthest North" for one thing, our deepest point in the wilderness.

Farthest to the west were the Senecas; next came the Cayugas, the people of the marsh.

Farthest south camp of southern party, 17 "minutes" (about 50 miles) from the South Magnetic Pole.

Farthest from home of all the others, Chippy, the swift and wise, faced the death which had overtaken the slow and foolish.

Farthest to the north of all these tribes must have dwelt those people who afterwards produced the Teutonic tongue.

Farthest away in the West, as near the western sea as mountains can stand, are the Cascades.

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