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east·ern·most

 (ē′stərn-mōst′)
adj.
Farthest east.

easternmost

(ˈiːstənˌməʊst) ,

eastermost

or

eastmost

adj
situated or occurring farthest east

east•ern•most

(ˈi stərnˌmoʊst)

adj.
farthest east.
[1820–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.easternmost - farthest to the east
east - situated in or facing or moving toward the east
Translations
أقْصى نُقْطَه إلى الشَّرْق
længst mod øst
legkeletibb
austastur
najvýchodnejší
en doğudaki

easternmost

[ˈiːstənməʊst] ADJmás oriental, más al este
the easternmost point of Spainel punto más oriental or más al este de España

easternmost

[ˈiːstərnməʊst] adj [part] → le plus à l'estEaster Sunday nle dimanche de PâquesEast European
adjd'Europe de l'Est
nEuropéen(ne) m/f de l'EstEast German (formerly)
adjest-allemand(e)
nAllemand(e) m/f de l'Est

easternmost

adjöstlichste(r, s)

easternmost

[ˈiːstənˌməust] adjpiù a est

east

(iːst) noun
1. the direction from which the sun rises, or any part of the earth lying in that direction. The wind is blowing from the east; The village is to the east of Canton; in the east of England.
2. (also E) one of the four main points of the compass. He took a direction 10 E of N / east of north.
adjective
1. in the east. the east coast.
2. from the direction of the east. an east wind.
adverb
towards the east. The house faces east.
ˈeasterly adjective
1. (of a wind, breeze etc) coming from the east. an easterly wind.
2. looking, lying etc towards the east. We are travelling in an easterly direction.
ˈeastern adjective
of the east or the East. an eastern custom.
ˈeasternmost adjective
being furthest east. the easternmost city in America.
ˈeastward adjective
towards the east. in an eastward direction.
ˈeastward(s) adverb
towards the east. They are travelling eastwards.
the East
the countries east of Europe. the Middle/Far East.
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2009, Genesis of the overthrust deformations in the Variscan accretion wedge in the Eastermost part of Karvina Subbasin.
Having readied that eastermost point, the sun god's sister Ens fell in love with Orion, so her brother dutifully restored his eyesight.