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

Origin of endmost

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

Historical Examples of endmost

  • There was a woman sitting in the endmost chair just across the aisle in line with them.

    Pointed Roofs

    Dorothy Richardson

  • 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

  • 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

British Dictionary definitions for endmost



nearest the end; most distant
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