nethermost


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neth·er·most

 (nĕth′ər-mōst′)
adj.
Farthest down; lowest.

nethermost

(ˈnɛðəˌməʊst)
adj
farthest down; lowest

neth•er•most

(ˈnɛð ərˌmoʊst, -məst)

adj.
lowest; farthest down.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.nethermost - farthest down; "bottommost shelf"
bottom - situated at the bottom or lowest position; "the bottom drawer"

nethermost

adjective
Opposite to or farthest from the top:
Translations

nethermost

(o.f.) [ˈneðəməʊst] ADJ SUPERLel más bajo/la más baja

nethermost

adj (liter)unterste(r, s)
References in classic literature ?
Strickland was the most harmless of all the lion-hunters that pursue their quarry from the rarefied heights of Hampstead to the nethermost studios of Cheyne Walk.
The gloom which surrounded that horrible charnel pit, which seemed to go down to the very bowels of the earth, conveyed from far down the sights and sounds of the nethermost hell.
She thought of the child consigned to the nethermost corner of hell, as its double doom for lack of baptism and lack of legitimacy; saw the arch-fiend tossing it with his three-pronged fork, like the one they used for heating the oven on baking days; to which picture she added many other quaint and curious details of torment sometimes taught the young in this Christian country.
The last glimpse I had was of the bloated face, blood-stained and fixed with a grin of malice which would have held its own in the nethermost hell.
It's obvious that the world's going as fast as it can to--the Nethermost Pit, and all I can do is to sit still and consume as much of my own smoke as possible.
Notwithstanding her jealousy of the Vincys and of Mary Garth, there remained as the nethermost sediment in her mental shallows a persuasion that her brother Peter Featherstone could never leave his chief property away from his blood-relations:--else, why had the Almighty carried off his two wives both childless, after he had gained so much by manganese and things, turning up when nobody expected it?
While I reluctantly retrieved Doc from the shallows, the guys teased the nethermost region of the lake with an array of fluttery spoons, and jigs with worms or salted minnows.
Then it is back down over Nethermost Pike, High Crag and Dollywaggon Pike, to Grisedale Tarn and the Raise Beck path to Dunmail Raise and back to the church.
Now over the years, a fella can become emotionally attached to his nethermost parts.
In describing the life of objects, Harman offers up what he calls a "speculative psychology," which holds that "primitive perception is found even in the nethermost regions of apparently mindless entities.
O]utside the ordered universe, where no dreams reach [is] that amorphous blight of nethermost confusion which blasphemes and bubbles at the center of all infinity-the boundless daemon sultan Azathoth, whose name no lips dare speak aloud, and who gnaws hungrily in inconceivable, unlighted chambers beyond time and space amidst the muffled, maddening beating of vile drums and the thin, monotonous whine of accursed flutes.
He was walking on Friday with a companion when he fell from Striding Edge into Nethermost Cove, said the Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team (MRT).