OTHER WORDS FOR remote
Origin of remote
OTHER WORDS FROM remotere·mote·ly, adverbre·mote·ness, nounun·re·mote, adjectiveun·re·mote·ness, noun
How to use remote in a sentence
The religious right also has no leaders anymore of the remotest interest.
I met former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates twice, both times in the remotest reaches of Afghanistan.
Many of the basic cable channels with even the remotest semblance of a news presence.
Strom Thurmond today seems a figure out of the remotest historical past.
Or advanced any proposal or policy that might in even the remotest way have helped a financial contributor.
There is not the remotest hint, in any portion of scripture, that any other planet or star was shrouded in gloom at that time.Gospel Philosophy|J. H. Ward
In all my life I never heard a conversation resembling that of the farrier and the rest in the remotest degree.The Chequers|James Runciman
As one may well believe, Boulingrin had not the remotest idea what had happened to him.
"I haven't the remotest idea where your friend Bevis is or where he has got to," Mazaroff said with a sneer in his voice.The Weight of the Crown|Fred M. White
They were the school-masters of thousands and tens of thousands, perpetuating their ideas to remotest generations.Beacon Lights of History, Volume I|John Lord