rearmost


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rear·most

 (rîr′mōst′)
adj.
Farthest in the rear; last.

rearmost

(ˈrɪəˌməʊst)
adj
nearest the rear; coming last

rear•most

(ˈrɪərˌmoʊst)

adj.
farthest in the rear; last.
[1710–20]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.rearmost - located farthest to the rearrearmost - located farthest to the rear  
back - related to or located at the back; "the back yard"; "the back entrance"

rearmost

adjective
Bringing up the rear:
Translations

rearmost

[ˈrɪəməʊst] ADJtrasero, último de todos

rearmost

adjhinterste(r, s)

rearmost

[ˈrɪəˌməʊst] adjultimo/a
References in classic literature ?
But a few minutes sufficed to overtake the rearmost.
The great Admiral and good seaman could read aright the signs of sea and sky, as his order to prepare to anchor at the end of the day sufficiently proves; but, all the same, the mere idea of these baffling easterly airs, coming on at any time within half an hour or so, after the firing of the first shot, is enough to take one's breath away, with the image of the rearmost ships of both divisions falling off, unmanageable, broadside on to the westerly swell, and of two British Admirals in desperate jeopardy.
As I tramped along, the rearmost of the four, I could not help smiling at the appearance of my three companions in front.
They kept at a height of two thousand feet or more until they were over and a little in advance of the rearmost ironclad, and then stooped swiftly down into a fountain of bullets, and going just a little faster than the ship below, pelted her thinly protected decks with bombs until they became sheets of detonating flame.
A long, straggling troop bore spades and mattocks while the two rearmost of all staggered along under a huge basket o' fresh-caught carp, for the morrow was Friday, and there were fifty platters to be filled and as many sturdy trenchermen behind them.
Wagons shot past with furious speed and crushing loads, bearing, perchance, among the rest, the agent of the Insurance Company, who was bound to go however far; and ever and anon the engine bell tinkled behind, more slow and sure; and rearmost of all, as it was afterward whispered, came they who set the fire and gave the alarm.
On the plus side, those rearmost seats fold into the floor, which means a decent amount of space in the boot when you're travelling in five-seater mode.
There's not a lot of luggage space, with the third row raised, but drop the rearmost seats and you have a really wide, conveniently-shaped 700-litre boot.
The march was carefully choreographed with Palestinian and Nakba flags in the front followed by a uniformed orchestra in the centre and torches rearmost.
That's because the rearmost seats are designed largely for kids and occasional use.
It's true that these extra rearmost seats are slightly compromised by the high floor needed for that highriding SUV shape, but they'll be fine for kids of up to teenage size and adults on short journeys.
Land Rover describes the seating arrangement as "5+2" rather than a full seven-seater: that's because the rearmost seats are designed largely for kids and occasional use.