Definition of "safest" []

  • Affording security or protection from harm (adjective)
  • Free from danger (adjective)
  • Secure from risk; certain; sound (adjective)
  • Worthy of trust; prudent (adjective)
  • Tending to avoid controversy or risk (adjective)
  • Unable to do harm; not dangerous (adjective)
  • Excellent (adjective)
  • In a safe condition (adverb)
  • A strong container, usually of metal and provided with a secure lock, for storing money or valuables (noun)
  • A small ventilated cupboard-like container for storing food (noun)
  • Superlative form of safe: most safe, most safe. (adjective) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "safest" in a sentence
  • "Recently, Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced the latest crime statistics for New York City, numbers that capped what he called the "safest decade in recorded city history.""
  • "At the same time, most women will tell you the one security blanket that would make them feel safest is knowing they would always have a home to live in."
  • "On my watch as police chief in San Jose, the city was named the safest large city in the country, despite having the fewest police per capita."