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1uttermost

adjective ut·ter·most \ˈə-tər-ˌmōst\

Definition of UTTERMOST

1
:  outermost
2
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Examples of UTTERMOST

  1. a matter of the uttermost importance
  2. <I have the uttermost faith in your abilities.>

Origin of UTTERMOST

Middle English, alteration of uttermest, from 1utter + -mest (as in utmest utmost)
First Known Use: 14th century

2uttermost

noun

Definition of UTTERMOST

:  utmost <to the uttermost of our capacity — H. S. Truman>

First Known Use of UTTERMOST

14th century

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