furthest

All Adjective Noun Adverb
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  • He said he would return in seven or eight months -- a year at furthest. Cited from By Berwen Banks, by Allen Raine
  • For the most part, music was the furthest thing on his mind during this period.
  • The furthest window on the right side of the house was originally a door into the house.
  • It remains the furthest the club has ever reached in the competition.
  • We were both standing on the same side of the bed, furthest away from the door. Cited from Real Ghost Stories, by William T. Stead
  • The eye furthest from the screen is always drawn larger than the other.
  • That would be the furthest that the team would ever progress during the history of that round.
  • The hall is also the furthest away from the main campus and has only a few single rooms.
  • He promised, however, to be back in two or three days at furthest. Cited from The Young Trawler, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • At the time, this was the furthest west and south that a major championship had been held.
  • The last place will be the furthest part of our journey. Cited from Some of the Lord's Dealings with George Muller, by George Muller
  • I must collect wood while I could see, beginning with the pieces furthest away. Cited from Pluck on the Long Trail, by Edwin L. Sabin
  • Each ventral set has three points with those furthest to the sides being the largest.
  • E block is located on the far side of the school and is furthest away from the main entrance.
  • The town is also the furthest west on the U.S. highway system.
  • This is the furthest a team has ever advanced in the World Cup without winning a game.
  • Even though the Main was furthest from the fire's starting point, she was soon on fire.
  • It is the furthest advance we can make towards justice. Cited from The Journal of Negro History, Volume 2, 1917, by Various
  • It remains the furthest a Welsh team has ever reached in European competition.
  • However the side also made its furthest ever advance in German Cup play, going out in the third round.
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Meaning of furthest

  • adverb To the greatest degree or extent or most advanced stage (`furthest' is used more often than `farthest' in this abstract sense)
    went the furthest of all the children in her education, furthest removed from reality, she goes farthest in helping us