from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Sited at the very bottom: the bottommost rung of a ladder.
- adj. Being or coming after all others; last: Fleeing was the bottommost thought in my mind.
- adj. Forming the very basis: Freedom of speech is one of the bottommost principles of democracy.
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- adj. Furthest to the bottom.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Situated at the very bottom; lowest.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. farthest down
Close out the point array (store it somewhere as a found line), and now determine if the found line should be kept as valid enough for the algorithm: the number of pixels in the line must be greater than 1/3 the width of the image, and the difference between the topmost and bottommost pixel in the line must be less than 1/20 the height of the image.
For every line, compute the topmost (smallest) y-coordinate (topY) and bottommost (largest) y-coordinate (botY).
Prudence is located at the bottommost tip of the heart -- its Tierra del Fuego/Strait of Magellan.
Rafah, a town at the bottommost tip of the Gaza Stip, is a squalid place.
A nest the size of a basketball hovered over her head, silent, a small hole at its bottommost tip.
But he couldn't see its bottommost layer, couldn't see anything but concentric rings of blackness, like a throat to the center of the earth.
By the time we reached the bottommost strata, there were four names unaccounted for out of the list of all those known to have been present at the hospital at the time of the explosion.
Lastly, he took up the starfish, inserted its topmost and bottommost points under the wrappings, and whispered, “Until then.”
Beau opened a case and flipped up the felt liner on the bottommost shelf, revealing a lock.
Yet I did not ask him a single one of these questions, which are still on a list in the back of my bottommost left desk drawer.