utterest

utterest

(ˈʌtərɪst)
adj
uttermost
References in classic literature ?
I point one of the poniards at La Ramee's breast and I say to him, `My friend, I am sorry for it, but if thou stirrest, if thou utterest one cry, thou art a dead man
Haunted by fears about the duration of love, the sonnet sequence expresses a compulsion to prove love's depth, comparing it to a still, silent lake and a void "filled to the utterest.
the Agony Toyed coolly with you Until you felt your Sense numb-- your Doubt the utterest
For revenge, see 201: "Thou woldest be counted a man of great stomacke and therfore thou suffrest not injury to be unavenged: but in conclusyon by this meanes thou utterest thy childishness sayinge thou canst not rule thyne owne mynde, whiche is the very property and offyce of a man.