from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Lowest.
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- adj. lowest
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Lowest.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Lower than any other; being at the bottom; occupying the lowest place, as one of a number or series of things: opposed to uppermost: as, the lowermost stones in a foundation; the lowermost stratum of a geological formation.
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- adj. farthest down
The lowermost is my chapel, the second a chamber, where I often lie when I would be alone.
The lowermost part of the rib yields part of the agujas cortas (short ribs), another common supermarket offering.
He removed the two sections of the hard rubberlike mold, and on the lowermost end by the tails of the entwined snakes, he used his knife and carved out a slit into which he placed a small copper pipe.
Nothing must be taken from beyond the lowermost door of this sanctuary.
“Look at the bottom,” KC said, pointing at the lowermost portion.
The music rose to a climax as the ermine, hanging by her arms from the lowermost branches, executed an absolutely impossible series of movements which incidentally revealed to Jon-Tom the reason for the circular, central nature of the main serving counter.
A rope from the mizzenmast had frayed loose and was whipping madly about, threatening to pull free part of the lowermost sail.
If you were to put your hand between both brain hemispheres starting at your forehead (not something that I would recommend), it would reach the lowermost part of that part of the frontal lobe that is right at the front of the brain, and very central.
At the lowermost portion of the vessel was the control room.
The group also concluded that HadGEM1's simulation of meteorological processes in the lowermost kilometer or two of the atmosphere—where the key low-lying clouds reside—is particularly realistic.
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