furthest

[ fur-th ist ]SEE DEFINITION OF furthest

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FURTHEST

This is perhaps the furthest throw of Shakespeare's thought.

It was known directly, to the furthest confines of the crowd.

When I reached the furthest corner I turned to look behind me.

I do remember something in the furthest corner that looks like a great chest.'

Whatever you do (and I address myself in particular, to you in the furthest), never snivel.

This was disheartening, but at least it taught me to begin at the furthest point in future.

He amused himself with these fancies, and followed them to their furthest length.

The naked eye might as well try to see the furthest star in the infinity of heaven.

If you feel responsible for her going get her off by to-morrow afternoon at the furthest.

This was the furthest boundary to which at that time the Egyptian power extended.

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