adjective, ex·trem·er, ex·trem·est.
- the first or the last term, as of a proportion or series.
- a relative maximum or relative minimum value of a function in a given region.
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Examples from the Web for extremer
It is no new party, however; it is merely the extremer element in the modern socialist movement.
He was like his father, the old laird, but there glowed an extremer dark anger and power.Foes|Mary Johnston
No doubt it is an extremer and specially difficult form of the problem.Women in Modern Industry|B. L. Hutchins
In other respects anarchism may be said to be but an extremer phase of socialism.
A sharp check from the public authority generally brings out to the front this extremer element in German socialism.
British Dictionary definitions for extremer
- the first or last term of a series or a proportion
- a maximum or minimum value of a function