from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Most distant; farthest.
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- adj. Most remote or distant; furthermost
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Most remote; farthest.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Being at the greatest distance; furthermost.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (comparatives of `far') most remote in space or time or order
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The directions are simple: anywhere between 53 north latitude and the Pole, on the one hand; and, on the other, the likeliest hunting grounds that lie between the east coast of Siberia and farthermost Labrador.
This creature, so like, so different; old as the oldest race, and young as the last rose-tinted babe; flung far as the farthermost fires of men, and eternal as humanity itself -- where were they unlike, this woman and she?
Word went up and down the Yukon from Chilcoot to the Delta, and was carried from camp to camp to the farthermost camps, that in June, when the first salmon ran, El-Soo, daughter of Klakee-Nah, would sell herself at public auction to satisfy the claims of Porportuk.
All things were related to all other things from the farthermost star in the wastes of space to the myriads of atoms in the grain of sand under one's foot.
Moving carefully through the obstacles that littered the various chambers, Neil led the way as swiftly as he could manage toward the farthermost reach of the cellar, where, if things remained as they had once been, there was an iron door.
The rule of Rome now extends to the farthermost shores of the Atlantic sea.
She had managed to reach the farthermost lane of the walkway where she could watch the streets and buildings as they passed.
Most Azteca who came over the mountains fled for Capitol City: Nanagada's farthermost northeastern point.
I would like you to observe the world, imagining yourselfself as big as the galactic cluster, this is the farthermost picture of the universe, that our most advanced telescopes have shown us!
In an exercise court, beyond the farthermost end of the long corridor, twice daily, for a few minutes each time, between the hours of ten and five — the various inmates in groups of five or six were led forth — to breathe, to walk, to practice calisthenics — or run and leap as they chose.