Another term for utmost.
- Churchill wrote that Ladysmith was ‘famous to the uttermost ends of the earth: centre of the world's attention, the scene of famous deeds, the cause of mighty efforts.’
- A few years ago, a crew of scientists travelled to the uttermost depths of the Atlantic Ocean in order to get a very up-close and personal look at the remains of the infamous Titanic.
- And then, adding something like anguish to deep depression, I saw that even the pulpit, that uttermost symbol of the message, had been knocked down and carted away.
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