upmost

[uhp-mohst or, esp. British, -muhst]
adjective

Origin:
1550–60; up- + -most

upmost, uppermost, utmost.
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upmost (ˈʌpˌməʊst)
 
adj
another word for uppermost

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Example sentences
It is the prime minister's upmost responsibility to address these falling
  infrastructures.
Let me say what a privilege it is to watch you all play in a sport that
  requires your upmost dedication and concentration.
Memorial services will be conducted in the highest honor with the upmost
  respect to the family.
Uses upmost discretion and judgment in receiving and referring callers and
  visitors, or furnishing information requested.
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