uttermost

[ uht-er-mohst or, esp. British, -muh st ]SEE DEFINITION OF uttermost

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UTTERMOST

Where he thinks a contempt due, he pays it to the uttermost.

He had expressed it, he thought, to the uttermost, by letting her go at all.

I owe him reparation, and it shall be paid to the uttermost penny.

And Spurling—if Spurling dwells near us in the uttermost parts of the earth?

In the uttermost meaning of the words, thought is devout, and devotion is thought.

He would find Gafferson, and probe this business to the uttermost.

He said he meant to fulfil the duties of captain to the uttermost.

Our faith in him was often taxed and strained to the uttermost, but it never failed.

The uneasy bed to sleep on, the day's task to be done to the uttermost.

Then shall I follow the Ilian fleets and the uttermost bidding of the Teucrians?

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