from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Uppermost.
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- adj. Uppermost.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Highest; topmost; uppermost.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Highest; topmost; uppermost.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. at or nearest to the top
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Anja gave me an intense stare, and I kept an expression of upmost innocence.
If you are a former soldier who owns a gun and loves America and all the freedoms she has given you then you are a terrorist and should be punished to th upmost of our laws.
What they dont realize is that when us hunters hunt the animal we have the upmost respect for the animal we hunt thats why we hunt them because we admire them and there intelligence ....
Last night's military action by Nato forces, raining scores of missiles on targets across the country, signals the upmost determination to fulfil the United Nations mandate to protect civilians from violent repression by Colonel Gaddafi.
Firstly, it makes working in a group a smidgen easier if you avoid walking in declaring your upmost respect... for yourself.
Those who serve our country deserve the upmost respect and I can not even begin to think how I can repay those men and women that risk their life to preserve our freedoms.
I had the upmost repsect for Mr. Powell UNTIL he turned traitor to our country by endorsing a marxist.
If points are the big selling point, then the uber-critic retains the position of upmost importance.
He added that safety was of the "upmost importance" to the company.
Because if you are told that you are beautiful, and if you are held with the upmost care, I believe you may not be so eager to jump into bed with the first person who tells you that you are beautiful and that you are loved...