from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Most distant from the center or inside; outmost.
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- adj. Superlative form of outer.
- adj. Farthest outside; as far from the center or inside as possible.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Being on the extreme external part; farthest outward.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Being on the extreme external part; remotest from the midst; most distant of a series: as, the outermost row.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. situated at the farthest possible point from a center
Everyone is more or less of a fish than the capybara, defined as the outermost realm of fishdom by the 16th-century Catholic Church.
The innermost planet is most probably rocky, while the outermost is the first Neptune-mass planet to reside in the habitable zone.
On the point of the outermost is a crucifix, and between both, towards the middle, are figures of the Virgin
The outermost is the merely material body, of which we are so directly cognizant.
The distance from the centre of Jupiter to the orbit of the innermost of these four attendants is a quarter of a million miles, while the radius of the outermost is a little more than a million miles.
This Harbour is situated one Mile to the Westward of _Brewer's Hole_, before which are two Islands, one without the other; the outermost, which is the largest is of a tolerable Height, and lies in a Line with the Coast, and is not easy to be distinguished from the Main in sailing along the Shore.
Directions for Navigating on Part of the South Coast of Newfoundland, with a Chart Thereof, Including the Islands of St. Peter's and Miquelon And a Particular Account of the Bays, Harbours, Rocks, Land-marks, Depths of Water, Latitudes, Bearings, and Distances from Place to Place, the Setting of the Currents, and Flowing of the Tides, &c., from an Actual Survey, Taken by Order of Commodore Pallisser, Governor of Newfoundland, Labradore, &c.
Innermost in these are the most simple things, which are the most perfect; the outermost is a composite of these.
Remarkably, the argument of the outermost is a repetitive appends operation and it has only linear complexity with P1 reverse () operations, but each of them is of linear complexity, so the total complexity of implementing my: prepend-iter () we have demonstrated is a simplified case of the many different real world scenarios we may encounter that will require repetitive prepends.
All can be measured by the standard of the capybara. more or less Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris or, going by the Greek translation, more or less of a fish than the capybara, defined as the outermost realm the capybara.
The outermost was a small hall or ante-room, within which opened a large parlour, and from that again the Queen’s bedroom.