In the highest position, place, or rank: finished uppermost in the standings; the uppermost balcony. (adverb)
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Use "uppermost" in a sentence
"The conclusion that three dice were deliberately placed with six uppermost is then a personal, not a statistical conclusion."
"The necessity of replacing the monk by the schoolmaster was recognized, but not the necessity of replacing the nun by the schoolmistress; the purely physical and reproductive idea of woman being once again uppermost, the need for training her mind no longer existed."
"Preconceived idea again uppermost, he took literally many of her sallies and allusions to her husband, which were purposely Brobdignagian in their dimensions."