from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Farthest east.
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- adj. Farthest east
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Most eastern.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Most eastern; situated in the point furthest east.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. farthest to the east
Of these three the easternmost was the site of the Nest itself, a long low thatched building of wood, in front and to the west of which there was an open space or courtyard, with a hard floor.
Of these rooms the easternmost is the largest, being 42 feet long, by 49 feet broad.
The easternmost is the smallest island, and most remarkable, having a high sugar-loaf hill.
The easternmost is the smallest island and most remarkable, having a high sugar loaf hill.
Pas de La Casa is the easternmost of the linked resorts, lying along the border with France.
It also runs through the easternmost part of the Ogallala.
The most unlikely option was the easternmost route, the Khawak Pass, at twelve thousand feet above sea level the highest and most difficult trail north through the Hindu Kush into Bactria.
Here at Pelusium, the easternmost branch of the Nile flowed into the Mediterranean.
Alexander then moved on to Side, the easternmost town in Pamphylia, posting a garrison before he doubled back to Aspendus to collect his money and horses.
Here on a raised mound where the easternmost branch of the Nile met the main channel of the river was the celebrated temple of Ra, known to the Greeks as the sun god Helios.
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