adjective west·most \ˈwes(t)mōst, especially British also -məst\

Definition of westmost

  1. :  westernmost the appeal of our westmost land is in its … terrain, climate — Aubrey Drury

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Origin and Etymology of westmost

alteration (influenced by 1most) of Middle English westmest, from Old English, superlative of west, adverb

First Known Use: before 12th century

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to criticize severely

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