westmost

ADJECTIVE
  1. farthest to the west
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  • On the way up, as they were passing along the westmost sector of the Eski line, one of our most promising young The Fifth Battalion Highland Light Infantry in the War 1914-1918
  • It is so commanding that he who stands on the westmost pinnacle can look across the windy hill of the Pnyx, across the brown plain-land and down to the sparkling blue sea with the busy havens of Peiræus and A Victor of Salamis
  • On this westmost promontory of the beautiful land -- the farthest point reached by the oldest civilisation of Egypt and Greece -- the Sibyl stood on her watch-tower, and gazed with prophetic eye upon the distant horizon, seeing beyond the light of the setting sun and "the baths of all the western stars" the dawn of a more wonderful future, and dreamt of a-- Roman Mosaics Or, Studies in Rome and Its Neighbourhood
  • Watch the following scene, then go see Marta who is standing across the river in the westmost part of the village. IGN Complete
  • It is one of the westmost parts of China, almost as far west as Delhi, though thousands of miles north of Delhi. A Rude Awakening
  • All these above mencion'd captaines landed att the Golden Islands, which lieth about 15 leagues to the westerd of the westmost Point of Privateering and Piracy in the Colonial Period Illustrative Documents
  • The ground selected for the burial-place is the westmost space but one on the northern side of the Cemetery, and in a line with the graves of Dr. Chalmers, Sir Andrew Agnew, and Sheriff Speirs, with which it is in close proximity. The Testimony of the Rocks or, Geology in Its Bearings on the Two Theologies, Natural and Revealed
  • In carrying out the work the south wall opposite the three westmost bays of the choir was removed, and three arches carried on two piers substituted. Scottish Cathedrals and Abbeys
  • Far on the westering desert, beyond the valley, Pringle saw a white feather of smoke from a toiling train; beyond that a twisting gap in the blue of the westmost range. The Desire of the Moth; and the Come On
  • The westmost of these islands, which the Dutch among us named _Orange_ isle, is the largest, being seven or eight leagues from A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels — Volume 10 Arranged in systematic order: Forming a complete history of the origin and progress of navigation, discovery, and commerce, by sea and land, from the earliest ages to the present time.
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