lowermost

[loh-er-mohst or, esp. British, -muhst]
adjective

Origin:
1555–65; lower1 + -most

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lowermost (ˈləʊəˌməʊst)
 
adj
lowest

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Example sentences
Lower contact placed at bottom of lowermost red sandstone.
Thus, only the lowermost instrument package would be lost in the event of a large, damaging turbidity flow.
The five leaflets are elongate-oval in shape, with the lowermost two smaller than the upper three.
Multiple diversions are present in the lowermost reach, resulting in reduced water flows in the spring and summer.
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