endmost

[ end-mohst ]
/ ˈɛndˌmoʊst /

adjective

farthest; most distant; last: the endmost lands of the earth.

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Origin of endmost

First recorded in 1765–75; end1 + -most
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Example sentences from the Web for endmost

  • The hat rolled, bounced, dipped and soared up the hill and just clear of the branches of the endmost pine.

    Galusha the Magnificent|Joseph C. Lincoln
  • Resolving to stand more inshore, he altered the helm, and gradually we brought the endmost lights under our quarter.

    The Young Cavalier|Percy F. Westerman
  • There was a woman sitting in the endmost chair just across the aisle in line with them.

    Pointed Roofs|Dorothy Richardson

British Dictionary definitions for endmost

endmost
/ (ˈɛndˌməʊst) /

adjective

nearest the end; most distant
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