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See definition of upmost on Dictionary.com
  • as inuppermost
  • as inloftiest
  • as intopmost

synonyms for upmost

  • apical
  • culminating
  • highest
  • loftiest
  • most elevated
  • topmost
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antonyms for upmost

MOST RELEVANT
  • bottom
  • lower
  • lowest
  • trivial
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      How to use upmost in a sentence

      From the tier of the upmost holes came at length the terrific burst of the heavy mines.
      THE DAUGHTER OF A MAGNATEFRANK H. SPEARMAN
      If he is not forestalled, his boat will be bottom upmost, or crushed like glass within the hour.
      GIRLHOOD AND WOMANHOODSARAH TYTLER
      In less than half-an-hour the ruined amphitheatre was a moving mass of heads from the ground to its upmost storey.
      THE ETERNAL CITYHALL CAINE
      Hence, in the present English, the different parts of the syllable most (in words like upmost) come from different quarters.
      A HANDBOOK OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGEROBERT GORDON LATHAM
      There were three enclosures; but the upmost one, though carefully folded, was unsealed, and engaged his attention first.
      HILDEBRANDANONYMOUS
      There he is belly upmost, his breast seamed by four thrusts.
      THE ANCIENT CITIES OF THE NEW WORLDDSIR CHARNAY
      If left lying, this confined air changes its locality—leaves the ends for the upmost side of the shell.
      DISHES & BEVERAGES OF THE OLD SOUTHMARTHA MCCULLOCH WILLIAMS
      The object was described as resembling a vessel with her keel turned upmost in the sea, or a small ridge of rock or island.
      MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE OF SIR WALTER SCOTT, VOLUME 4 (OF 10)JOHN GIBSON LOCKHART.
      The man steadied himself instantly, but the single instant cost the balance of the upmost figure.
      THE DAUGHTER OF A MAGNATEFRANK H. SPEARMAN
      I am a most ardent admirer of yours; and the upmost extent of my ambition is to become an accepted one.
      THE EMIGRANTS OF AHADARRAWILLIAM CARLETON
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