topmost

[top-mohst or, esp. British, -muhst]
adjective
highest; uppermost.

Origin:
1690–1700; top1 + -most

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topmost (ˈtɒpˌməʊst)
 
adj
highest; at or nearest the top

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Example sentences
Being in a more research-driven setting has prodded me to submit more articles to topmost journals.
On the topmost floor, the builders marked out the positions of columns, walls
  and doorways.
Finally, the third and topmost layer consists of a new kind of armour.
Given the gradient of warmth in the nest, the topmost turtles should hatch well
  before their siblings at the bottom.
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