outmost outmost


  • (adj) situated at the farthest possible point from a center


  • The new boom has already wiped outmost vestiges of the deep downturn that hit the industry about the time of the Arab oil embargo in late 1973.


  1. "You know there are problems that still exist, and I can guarantee you we are going to do the outmost to overcome the difficulties. You have your part also, but I hope very much that soon we will have a much deeper institutional relationship between...
    on Jul 14, 2009 By: Javier Solana Source: Deutsche Welle

  2. "This is why it is of the outmost importance that every kidney available for transplantation is properly utilized, that is to say that the right kidney is matched with the right recipient. The total number of kidney transplantations per year...
    on Aug 12, 2008 By: Anders Karlsson Source: MarketWatch

  3. Joseph Daul, who leads the centre-right EPP-ED group in the EP, added: "There is an absolute imperative for the preservation of peace and the outmost respect for human rights and multiethnicity on Kosovo [:] We must take into account the situation...
    on Feb 18, 2008 By: Joseph Daul Source: EurActiv

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