bottommost
adjective Date: 1856 1. a. situated at the very bottom ; lowest, deepest b. last <
the bottommost part of the day — Alfred Kazin
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2. most basic <
the bottommost problems facing the world
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New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • bottommost — [bät′əmmōst΄] adj. at the very bottom; lowest, last, most basic, etc …   English World dictionary

  • bottommost — adjective (only before noun) in the lowest, furthest, or deepest position or place: the bottommost reaches of the Amazon …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • bottommost — bottom ► NOUN 1) the lowest point or part of something. 2) the furthest point or part of something. 3) the lowest position in a competition or ranking. 4) chiefly Brit. a person s buttocks. 5) (also bottoms) the lower half of a two piece garment …   English terms dictionary

  • bottommost — adjective farthest down bottommost shelf • Syn: ↑lowermost, ↑nethermost • Similar to: ↑bottom …   Useful english dictionary

  • bottommost — /bot euhm mohst / or, esp. Brit, / meuhst/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, or situated at the bottom. 2. (of one of a series) farthest down; lowest. 3. bottom. [1860 65; BOTTOM + MOST] * * * …   Universalium

  • bottommost — adjective Furthest to the bottom …   Wiktionary

  • bottommost — bot|tom|most [ˈbɔtəmˌməust US ˈba:təmˌmoust] adj [only before noun] in the lowest, furthest, or deepest position or place ≠ ↑topmost …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bottommost — bot|tom|most [ batəm,moust ] adjective in the lowest or deepest place …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • bottommost — adj. lowest, at the bottom …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bottommost — bot·tom·most …   English syllables

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