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[eest-mohst or, esp. British, -muh st]
  1. easternmost.
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Origin of eastmost

1275–1325; Middle English estmest, Old English ēastmest. See east, -most
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Historical Examples

  • Close by was Cabo de Pera, the eastmost point of the island.

    The Fortunate Isles

    Mary Stuart Boyd

  • But the most interesting of all, indeed a famous window, is the eastmost in the north aisle.

    Stained Glass Tours in England

    Charles Hitchcock Sherrill

  • The road for ships is between the before-mentioned rock and the eastmost island.