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bot·tom·most

 (bŏt′əm-mōst′)
adj.
1. Sited at the very bottom: the bottommost rung of a ladder.
2. Being or coming after all others; last: Fleeing was the bottommost thought in my mind.
3. Forming the very basis: Freedom of speech is one of the bottommost principles of democracy.
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bottommost

(ˈbɒtəmˌməʊst)
adj
lowest or most fundamental
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bot•tom•most

(ˈbɒt əmˌmoʊst or, esp. Brit, -məst)

adj.
1. of, pertaining to, or situated at the bottom.
2. (of one of a series) farthest down; lowest.
3. bottom.
[1860–65]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bottommost - farthest down; "bottommost shelf"
bottom - situated at the bottom or lowest position; "the bottom drawer"
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Translations

bottommost

[ˈbɒtəmməʊst] ADJmás bajo, último
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bottommost

[ˈbɒtəmˌməʊst] adjultimo/a (in basso), più basso/a
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References in classic literature ?
Where the water was shallow these sheets would be piled one atop of the other till the bottommost touched mud fifty feet down, and the discoloured sea banked behind the muddy ice till the increasing pressure drove all forward again.
The bottommost candidate is ruled out as it incurs a fatal violation of the high-ranking constraint MAX-C-IO.
Had the Germans thrown the cover into the bilges (the sub's bottommost compartments) or tossed it overboard, the boarding party likely would not have been able to stem the inflow of water and U-505 would have gone to the bottom along with its would-be salvagers.
"We're very confident that the bottommost 300 metres have the missing climate information that we want to find." The French-Italian Concordia station, which is about 40 kilometres northeast of the planned drilling site, will reportedly provide logistical and medical support throughout the five-year project.
In each [SoP.sub.j], j > 1, distances to p, descend from left to right along the bold line segment (the nearest point to p, is the rightmost and the bottommost one).
The bottommost chart in Figure 4 shows that the ratio between consumption and production is between 1.23 and 1.49.
The bottommost tier almost always contains lit candles, and might also have a wash basin, mirror, soap, and a towel so that the supposed spirit of the deceased can see and refresh themselves upon arrival at the altar.
Keepveggies at the bottommost of the fridge where the temperature is coldest.
Egypt is hilly to the point of mountainous, but at its bottommost point it drops down to an alluvial plain until it is almost perfectly flat--not like a pancake, but like a waffle, with level fields of soybeans and corn bisected by a grid of levees.
Pack a lightweight, foldable bag or tote at the bottommost of your baggage to stuff with your goodies and dirty clothes when it's time to go home.
The upper tiers will require more of the traditional enterprise data management processes (such as structuring, modeling, indexing, cleansing), and the bottommost tier will be the raw data with minimal curation.
Sand occurs in the bottommost part of the profile (for details see Table 1).