topmost

See also: top-most

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top +‎ -most

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topmost (comparative more topmost, superlative most topmost)

  1. At or nearest to the top; uppermost; being the very highest.
    • 2015, Seth Giolle, The Cane Stories[1]:
      While he worked to ply fingers back apart more than not, Kaiselan practised his crouch exploring the outpost's more topmost levels.

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