downmost

downmost

(ˈdaʊnˌməʊst)
adj
in the lowest position
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Choose the cake with the most photogenic top, then put the other cake on to a serving plate, domed side downmost, giving a flat surface on which to spread the jam.
I will send Golden Healing Light to you and yours, to bring you all the happiness and good fortune you deserve.Problems really get me downMOST of us have symptoms of wind, which is usually expelled through the mouth (belching) or passed through the back passage (flatulence).