Definition of outermost
: farthest out
Examples of outermost in a Sentence
The arrow hit the outermost ring on the target.
the outermost planet in our solar system
Recent Examples of outermost from the Web
That's nearly as scorching as the outermost layers of the sun.
Day will turn to night and nothing but the outermost part of the sun's atmosphere, called the corona, will be left shimmering in the sky.
At its closest point, the probe will fly 3.9 million miles from the surface of the sun, in the outermost part of the corona, where the temperature is 2,500 degrees Fahrenheit.
These individuals showed an increase in brain activity in the cortex, the outermost layer of the brain, which is involved in learning.
Astronomers have nailed down the path of TRAPPIST-1h, the outermost planet in the system, finding that this world takes just under 19 Earth days to complete one lap around its small, faint host star.
Rick devised a way of installing some Chamaecyparis trunks in the two outermost compartments.
For now, the outermost planet, TRAPPIST-1d, is still very much a mystery.
The outermost skin is five sheets of protective shielding, made of heavy-duty Kevlar and Vectran-like materials (the company won't reveal the exact composition).
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First Known Use of outermost
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Definition of outermost for English Language Learners
: farthest from the center of something
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Definition of outermost for Students
: farthest out
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