adjective as in top
This assertion has been belied in recent years by the persistence of sharp racial and gender imbalances, particularly in the field’s topmost ranks.
The tower collapsed whenever the center of mass of the topmost k blocks did not lie above the block directly beneath them.
If you wanted exactly two rings on the stack, the first ring you placed couldn’t have been the topmost ring, because you couldn’t place a second ring above it.
It couldn’t have been the ring you just placed, nor could it have been the topmost ring, which again left you with three rings to choose from.
Otherwise, it rested on what was previously the topmost ring.
It becomes clearer by the day how cleverly Obama checkmated both Clintons by putting Hillary in the topmost Cabinet job.
It becomes clearer by the day how brilliantly Obama checkmated both Clintons by putting Hillary in the topmost Cabinet job.
On the 20th the gates of the palace were battered in and the British flag was hoisted from its topmost turret.
He passes the cell-row on the opposite side, ascends the topmost tier, and finally reaches the ground floor containing my cell.
As the topmost branch of the pine points always to the east, so Luck-in-all-moons shall guide us to the sun rising.
A broad terrace ran around the amphitheater at the height of the topmost row of seats.
The topmost ladder was flattened against the rock, yet it swung ominously with Rudy's weight.
On this page you'll find 67 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to topmost, such as: apical, capital, chief, crack, crowning, and culminating.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.