aftermost

[af-ter-mohst, ahf- or, esp. British, ahf-ter-muh st] /ˈæf tərˌmoʊst, ˈɑf- or, esp. British, ˈɑf tər məst/
adjective
1.
Nautical. farthest aft; aftmost:
"The aftermost sail is called a spanker."
2.
hindmost; last.
Origin
before 900; after + -most; replacing Middle English aftermest, itself replacing Old English æftemest, equivalent to æfteme- (cognate with Gothic aftuma last; æfte (see aft) + -m- superlative suffix) + (-e)st -est1
Example Sentences for aftermost
The first section is called the forward perpendicular and the aftermost one is called the after perpendicular.
The aftermost compartment in the hull is the area where the steam steering gear and the multiple tillers are located.
Absorption increased markedly only aftermost of the storage iron had been used.
British Dictionary definitions for aftermost
aftermost (ˈɑːftəˌməʊst)
 
adj
closer or closest to the rear or (in a vessel) the stern; last

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