[ UK /ˈʌpmə‍ʊst/ ]
  1. at or nearest to the top
    the uppermost book in the pile
    on the topmost step
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How To Use upmost In A Sentence

  • Remember, I get nothing but upmost respect from you and your fellow friends.
  • Examine everything quickly but efficiently and carefully, because vinyl condition is of the upmost importance most of the time. Times, Sunday Times
  • I had the upmost repsect for Mr. Powell UNTIL he turned traitor to our country by endorsing a marxist. State of the Union: Powell 'concerned' about Obama's agenda
  • I must point out that all the allegations made are without foundation and I have acted at all times with the upmost probity.
  • He is a man for whom I have the upmost regard and respect as, had he not correctly diagnosed my detaching retina 4 and a half years ago, I would now be blind in my left eye.
  • Here is perfect symmetry carried to its upmost limits. Times, Sunday Times
  • Mobilizing your progressive community for the 2004 elections will be of upmost importance not only in order to preserve your constitution but also to restore the tarnished image the US is now projecting around the world.
  • Teach your children well, teach them about all the ‘ins and outs’, don't leave it to the schools to do, know what and when your child is learning, and of upmost importance, support them no matter what.
  • She said: ‘He asked me what issues were upmost in our minds, and my issue was world poverty.’
  • Firstly, it makes working in a group a smidgen easier if you avoid walking in declaring your upmost respect... for yourself. Kristen Durkin: Life Lessons Learned from American Idol: Group Work Hurts
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