Definition of topmost in English:

topmost

Line breaks: top|most
Pronunciation: /ˈtɒpməʊst
 
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adjective

1Highest in physical position; highest: we watched a squirrel negotiate the topmost branches of a nearby tree the topmost part of the atmosphere of these planets
More example sentences
  • Racing to the Ferris wheel, Pete glanced up at the topmost cage.
  • He could see the walled orchard, the sun glinting on the topmost leaves of the apple trees.
  • The banyan tree stood above all, its topmost branch trying to reach out to the sky.
Synonyms
highest, top, uppermost, upmost, upper, furthest up, loftiestforemost, leading, principal, pre-eminent, greatest, top, finest, worthiest, highest, elite; chief, main, highest-ranking, ruling, commanding, powerful, important, prominent, eminent, notable, illustrious
informal top-notch
1.1Highest in status or importance; foremost: the rider’s safety must be the topmost priority
More example sentences
  • In connection with riders, motorcycle boots are their topmost choice.
  • He said providing education to physically challenged children was our topmost priority.
  • The role of Abby is considered the topmost role in American theater for any actress.

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