[top-mohst or, esp. British, -muh st]
- highest; uppermost.
Origin of topmost
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Examples from the Web for topmost
It becomes clearer by the day how cleverly Obama checkmated both Clintons by putting Hillary in the topmost Cabinet job.
It becomes clearer by the day how brilliantly Obama checkmated both Clintons by putting Hillary in the topmost Cabinet job.
These form the woods which sweep from rocky shore to topmost hill.Indian Legends of Vancouver Island
For one thing, at topmost speed, it took twenty minutes to dress.The Incomplete Amorist
Alice laughed in response, and chose the topmost letter of the packet.Alice Adams
They had reached the topmost story, and the Father had paused to recover breath.
John's cell was on the topmost floor, next to the quarters of the lay brothers.
- highest; at or nearest the top