outmost

[ out-mohst or, esp. British, -muh st ]SEE DEFINITION OF outmost

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUTMOST

She felt a cramp around her root That crippled every outmost shoot.

Because it is conceived to stand plumbe upon the outmost end of the length.

Sound of it flies, with a velocity of sound, to the outmost Barriers.

To it again, after the same manner, making him lap his outmost Leg above a foot over his Inner.

He had pushed his way through the crowd and was now standing in its outmost rank directly opposite the platform.

He spake, and hurled at Neoptolemus with nerveless arm a spear that scarce had force to pierce the outmost fold of the targe.

And particularly at P, where the outmost violet-making Rays fall alone, the Colour must be the deepest violet.

The outmost Fringe vanish'd first, and the middlemost next, and the innermost last.

To it again, after the same manner, making him lap his outmost Leg above a foot over his inner.

As the water climbed to his shoulders Shann put one hand on the outmost log of the raft.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR OUTMOST

furthest

adjectivemost distant
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