outermost

[ ou-ter-mohst or, esp. British, -muh st ]SEE DEFINITION OF outermost
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUTERMOST

Tua walked to the outermost edge of the tower and stood there waiting the end.

Woman-like she offered the man the outermost fringe of her thought.

Another minute and the outermost rock was under their port bow.

They had reached Europa Point, the outermost lighthouse of the promontory.

There are four of them, the outermost being called the Single or "Girdle."

The outermost one, Neptune, would be thirty times as far from the sun as we are.

They are the same thing in the outermost and the innermost respectively.

Older wearers of petticoats cram all in except the outermost skirt.

In its circulation it has reached the outermost bounds of the British Empire.

When they reached its outermost circle, to their amazement all was silence.

WORD ORIGIN

1580s, from outer + -most.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR OUTERMOST

exterior

adjectiveoutside
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