uttermost

[uht-er-mohst or, esp. British, -muhst]
adjective
1.
most remote or outermost; farthest: the uttermost stars.
2.
of the greatest or highest degree, quantity, etc.; greatest: The country's art has reached uttermost creativity.
noun

Origin:
1300–50; Middle English; see utter2, -most

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utmost or uttermost (ˈʌtˌməʊst)
 
adj
1.  of the greatest possible degree or amount: the utmost degree
2.  at the furthest limit: the utmost town on the peninsula
 
n
3.  the greatest possible degree, extent, or amount: he tried his utmost
 
[Old English ūtemest, from ūte out + -mestmost]
 
uttermost or uttermost
 
adj
 
n
 
[Old English ūtemest, from ūte out + -mestmost]

uttermost (ˈʌtəˌməʊst)
 
adj, —n
a variant of utmost

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Example sentences
Individual right is pushed to the uttermost bound compatible with public order.
They will try their uttermost to subdue our whole country.
We knew she wore a grin of the uttermost wickedness.
Nor in the noble experiences of a soul has any mini known the uttermost of it all.
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