furthermost

[ fur-th er-mohst ]SEE DEFINITION OF furthermost

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It is to see the furthermost end to which our own words and deeds take us.

The besiegers at the furthermost points were seen to clamber over the walls.

I and my people are from the furthermost part of our country.

They had reached the furthermost end of that aisle, but had turned to go back.

And the furthermost point that they showed him he kept possession of.

I was extremely surprised: but still more, to behold a man coming from behind the furthermost stack.

The sound was so intense that it fairly rocked the Secret Room to its furthermost cranny.

Since the furthermost outer sun is probably the oldest, it is the one in which we are most interested.

At the furthermost end stood Arnswald, his back turned to her, and near him in a low arm-chair was her husband.

But when Vestmar knew that his fellow was fallen, he leaped into the furthermost ship and fled with all those who might reach her.

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