Thesaurus / furthermost
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Yet the gentle touch led him on—around and past the idol into the furthermost corner of the Temple.
You see I was in love with you, he observed, looking the other way and addressing one of the furthermost stars of the heaven.
NOTHING BUT THE TRUTHFREDERIC S. ISHAM
At last he came to the furthermost summit of which his dear father had spoken so solemnly.
THE RAINBOW BOOK TALES OF FUN & FANCYMABEL HENRIETTE SPIELMANN
Then he sails to the village of Mattinata, and later to Vieste, the furthermost point of the promontory.
They fought and worked and trekked, onward, always onward—never returning—on beyond the furthermost outposts of civilization.
THE TRANSVAAL FROM WITHINJ. P. FITZPATRICK
And so the days passed away, and the young man went into a far country, yea unto the furthermost isles of the sea.
JAMES GEIKIEMARION I. NEWBIGIN
We enter the coffee-shop: the seat at the furthermost end—the seat of honour—is always reserved for the Emir.
THE THISTLE AND THE CEDAR OF LEBANONHABEEB RISK ALLAH
This flow to and from the great centre of population was incessant, and extended to the furthermost parts of the land.
THE EVOLUTION OF MODERN CAPITALISMJOHN ATKINSON HOBSON
If she were really engaged I would go away and hide myself in the furthermost corner of the world.
AYALA'S ANGELANTHONY TROLLOPE
Westwards, it becomes an absolute craze to preserve and coddle it, to drag it out to its furthermost span.
THE GREAT PRINCE SHANE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
WORDS RELATED TO FURTHERMOST
- last straw
- most distant
- out of bounds
- too much
- worst case
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