farthermost, farthest, furthermost, furthest, utmost, uttermost
Meaning: (comparatives of `far') most remote in space or time or order; "had traveled to the farthest frontier"; "don't go beyond the farthermost (or furthermost) tree"; "explored the furthest reaches of space"; "the utmost tip of the peninsula"
meaning of the word
Meaning: to the greatest distance in space or time (`farthest' is used more often than `furthest' in this physical sense); "see who could jump the farthest"; "chose the farthest seat from the door"; "he swam the furthest"
The end which is then farthest from you is the top.
On the third day they passed Mackenzie's farthest south--the site of the present Alexandria.
They tumble over one another and try in their bewilderment which can leap highest and farthest.
By all that's pitiful, I entreat you, come and explore the farthest verge of the ice-bound track!"
At the side farthest from the town, close under a bluff, there was an extensive marah, or sheepcot, ages old.
She withdrew therefore to the farthest corner, sat down, closed her ears with the palms of her hands, and waited.
On Sabbaths they were accustomed to purify themselves, and go up into the synagogues, and sit on the benches farthest from the ark.
Carol's bed had been moved into the farthest corner of the room, and she was lying on the outside, dressed in a wonderful soft white wrapper.
She went one step towards it, and then stood still, for she had seen the figure looking out of the window in the farthest corner, and it was Frederick.
The farthest western reach of the telegraph lines in 1847 was Pittsburg, with three-ply iron wire mounted on square glass insulators with a little wooden pentroof for protection.