upmost[ uhp-mohst or, esp. British, -muh st ]SEE DEFINITION OF upmost
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UPMOST
His feet dangled on a level with the top of the upmost tree.
I could see that what was upmost in his mind was the fact that I had read 'Negations.'
I am a most ardent admirer of yours; and the upmost extent of my ambition is to become an accepted one.
From the tier of the upmost holes came at length the terrific burst of the heavy mines.
The man steadied himself instantly, but the single instant cost the balance of the upmost figure.
If left lying, this confined air changes its locality—leaves the ends for the upmost side of the shell.
In less than half-an-hour the ruined amphitheatre was a moving mass of heads from the ground to its upmost storey.
Hence, in the present English, the different parts of the syllable most (in words like upmost) come from different quarters.
There were three enclosures; but the upmost one, though carefully folded, was unsealed, and engaged his attention first.