from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Lowest.

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  • adj. lowest

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Lowest.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Lower than any other; being at the bottom; occupying the lowest place, as one of a number or series of things: opposed to uppermost: as, the lowermost stones in a foundation; the lowermost stratum of a geological formation.

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  • adj. farthest down


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lower +‎ -most


  • The lowermost is my chapel, the second a chamber, where I often lie when I would be alone.

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  • The lowermost part of the rib yields part of the agujas cortas (short ribs), another common supermarket offering.

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  • He removed the two sections of the hard rubberlike mold, and on the lowermost end by the tails of the entwined snakes, he used his knife and carved out a slit into which he placed a small copper pipe.

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  • Nothing must be taken from beyond the lowermost door of this sanctuary.

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  • “Look at the bottom,” KC said, pointing at the lowermost portion.

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  • The music rose to a climax as the ermine, hanging by her arms from the lowermost branches, executed an absolutely impossible series of movements which incidentally revealed to Jon-Tom the reason for the circular, central nature of the main serving counter.

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  • A rope from the mizzenmast had frayed loose and was whipping madly about, threatening to pull free part of the lowermost sail.

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  • If you were to put your hand between both brain hemispheres starting at your forehead (not something that I would recommend), it would reach the lowermost part of that part of the frontal lobe that is right at the front of the brain, and very central.

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  • At the lowermost portion of the vessel was the control room.

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  • The group also concluded that HadGEM1's simulation of meteorological processes in the lowermost kilometer or two of the atmosphere—where the key low-lying clouds reside—is particularly realistic.

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