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lowermost

[ loh-er-mohst or, esp. British, -muh st ]SEE DEFINITION OF lowermost

Synonyms for lowermost

  • basal
  • base
  • basement
  • basic
  • foundational
  • ground
  • last
  • lowest
  • meat-and-potatoes
  • nethermost
  • primary
  • radical
  • rock-bottom
  • underlying
  • undermost
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOWERMOST

Well, you say, it is admitted that the lowermost bed is always the older.

In the lowermost one of these men first came to know of their existence.

The lowermost boy uttered a groan, for his imprisonment was painful.

She found the blanket at length in the lowermost drawer of the bureau.

In the lowermost foot of the deposit no ripple marks can be seen.

The name is nearly the same as that of the lowermost village of the tribelet.

When she first falls from a height, her back is lowermost, and she is bent in a semicircle.

Andenmatten spurned the parcels with his foot and revealed the lowermost.

She falls from the lowermost stair, and is swallowed up in the gulf.

The lowermost of these steps are said to be still on an exact level with the sea.

WORD ORIGIN

1560s, from lower (adj.) + -most.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LOWERMOST

bottom

adjectivelowest; fundamental
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