topmost

[ top-mohst or, esp. British, -muh st ]SEE DEFINITION OF topmost
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These form the woods which sweep from rocky shore to topmost hill.

For one thing, at topmost speed, it took twenty minutes to dress.

Alice laughed in response, and chose the topmost letter of the packet.

They had reached the topmost story, and the Father had paused to recover breath.

John's cell was on the topmost floor, next to the quarters of the lay brothers.

His glance chanced to rest for an instant upon the topmost paper of the pile.

And turning to a pile of agreements lying at his elbow he took up the topmost of them.

No harm if it is from the topmost story of the highest barrack in Malta.

In the topmost stage there is another range of arcades and columns.

From the foundations to the topmost brick it was a mass of bewildering crookedness.

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