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- adj. Furthest to the north; most northern.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Lying farthest north; northernmost.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Situated furthest to the north; northernmost.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. situated farthest north
Our northmost hive (not the Varroa infected hive) had swarmed to a bradford pear tree just next to the restaurant.
So, even though our northmost hive has a whole lot fewer bees in it, now we have a fifth hive.
And there are starship troopers-like Insects, that have infested the northmost part of the Fourlands (and have come from one of the parallel worlds).
Some moments taken in Panchgarh, the northmost district of Bangladesh, where people's daily life is simpler than our imagination.
Some memorable moments from my Panchgarh tour, the northmost district of my country, Bangladesh.
Just inside the northmost gate of Orgrimaar is an alcove in the canyons, dominated by a small lake and the reed-thatched huts of the trolls.
In the hour of dawn, as the first rosy fingers of light spread out upon the sea, shining on whitecaps and gilding the wings of gulls as they sailed over the heights where the water met the cliffs of northmost Karthay, a dwarf mage roused from his tortured sleep in the castle all folk around knew as the Citadel of Night.
In the days of Phair Caron's border raids, the refugees had been a trickle, a few fleeing the burning of villages in the northmost part of the land.
Light burst upon him in wild leaping colors, like the auroras that waver over the northmost part of the world.
He ran the length of the corridor across the landing into the opposite wing of the building and opened the door of the northmost suite.