Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Farthest south.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Furthest toward the south.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Farthest south.

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  • adjective Farthest south.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective situated farthest south

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Examples

  • If you are pressed for time and cross in southernmost Texas, you can get to Mexico City in a day of hard driving (at least Texas colleagues of mine here in Mexico City do) and get to Acapulco four or five hours later (depending on the time of day you cross through Mexico City's traffic). franzenz

    Puerto Vallarta to Huatulco

  • The southernmost is the outer Himalayas, also known as the Siwaliks, which lies adjacent to the Indo-Gangetic Plain.

    Eastern Himalayan subalpine conifer forests

  • There are three prominent summits on the ridge; of these, the southernmost, which is lower than the other two, is now known as 'the

    Among the Trees at Elmridge

  • "They've crossed the border into Ras Kamboni," Balala said, referring to the southernmost tip of Somalia that is under the control of militia fighters.

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  • "They've crossed the border into Ras Kamboni," Balala said, referring to the southernmost tip of Somalia that is under the control of militia fighters.

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  • I only saw the southernmost, which is strongly impregnated with sulphur, and made my thermometer rise to 102°; it con­stantly bubbles from a bottom of coarse gravel, in the middle of the bason, which is about twenty feet in circumference, and four feet deep.

    Travels in Syria and the Holy Land

  • I only saw the southernmost, which is strongly impregnated with sulphur, and made my thermometer rise to 102°; it con­stantly bubbles from a bottom of coarse gravel, in the middle of the bason, which is about twenty feet in circumference, and four feet deep.

    Travels in Syria and the Holy Land

  • I only saw the southernmost, which is strongly impregnated with sulphur, and made my thermometer rise to 102°; it constantly bubbles from a bottom of coarse gravel, in the middle of the bason, which is about twenty feet in circumference, and four feet deep.

    Travels in Syria and the Holy Land

  • The southernmost is a long island, with a high hill at each end; this I named

    Early Australian Voyages: Pelsart, Tasman, Dampier

  • No, I hadn't come to the Catalan capital for Gaudí, but rather for the seductive mix of languor and classy urbanism that has led Barcelona to be dubbed the southernmost city of northern Europe.

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