Definitions for uttermostˈʌt ərˌmoʊst
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ut•ter•mostˈʌt ərˌmoʊst(adj.; n.)
Origin of uttermost:
utmost, uttermost, maximum, level best(adj)
the greatest possible degree
"he tried his utmost"
extreme, utmost(a), uttermost(a)(adj)
of the greatest possible degree or extent or intensity
"extreme cold"; "extreme caution"; "extreme pleasure"; "utmost contempt"; "to the utmost degree"; "in the uttermost distress"
farthermost, farthest, furthermost, furthest, utmost, uttermost(adj)
(comparatives of `far') most remote in space or time or order
"had traveled to the farthest frontier"; "don't go beyond the farthermost (or furthermost) tree"; "explored the furthest reaches of space"; "the utmost tip of the peninsula"
The utmost; the highest or greatest degree; the farthest extent
Extreme; utmost; being; in the farthest, greatest, or highest degree.
Origin: alteration of uttermest
extreme; utmost; being; in the farthest, greatest, or highest degree; as, the uttermost extent or end
the utmost; the highest or greatest degree; the farthest extent
Uttermost was a Canadian Thoroughbred racehorse who in 1945 won the three races that would later form the official Canadian Triple Crown series. Bred and raced by liquor magnate, Harry C. Hatch, Uttermost was trained by Cecil Howard and ridden by future Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame jockey, Bobby Watson. Uttermost was the top two-year-old in Canada before his remarkable season in 1945 when he would again be the country's top horse.
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