1. superlative form of out
  2. Farthest outside; as far from the center or inside as possible.
    • 1866, Augusta Webster (transl.), The Prometheus Bound of Æschylus, page 48, lines 681–682
      To wander like a god-devoted thing
      Along earth's outmost tracts;
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outmost (plural outmosts)

  1. That which is outmost; the surface; the outside.

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