American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Farthest to the right: in the rightmost lane of the highway.
- adj. Furthest to the right.
- adj. farthest to the right
- From right + most. (Wiktionary)
“There is a railroad bed that runs across the face of the mountain and just to the left and above the rightmost ship was once the largest stamp mill in the World.”
“If there was going to be anyone home, it would probably be in the rightmost room.”
“Cases in which it's more objectively useful; I have the mobile versions of a few sites set up as Fluid apps (same thing as Prism, basically); when they open, they automatically sit in the rightmost 28% of my screen which I use for Tweetie, chat windows and these "sidebar" apps.”
“Do the same for the right side, except determine if the rightmost pixel is to the left of the approximated right margin, and set reapproximateRight, and remove the line whose rightmost pixel is the farthest past the left.”
“Do the same for the right side, except use the rightmost pixels of each line.”
“In the drawing of the rightmost window, a tiny mirror reflecting the artist's eyes and furrowed brow underscores his theme.”
“In a beautiful drawing of the rightmost portion of the canvas made around 1888-91, Cézanne captured the rhythmic fall of light and the reciprocal curves that animate its lucid order.”
“The sharpening steel is always the rightmost utensil.”
“The seats were supposed to be a matched set of the three paths—the rightmost side of the table was for the Light Path, the left for the Dark Path, the middle for the Fae.”
“The leftmost Justice can only be as left as Stevens or Ginsburg, and the rightmost Justice can only be as right as Thomas, forevermore?”
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