nethermost


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opposite to or farthest from the top

Synonyms for nethermost

farthest down

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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.
The nethermost deck of the first machine jogged forward its flyboard with sllt the first batch of quirefolded papers.
This, by the way, is a common trait prevalent among followers of a once significant club now consigned to the nethermost tier of Scottish football.
Interestingly, the lofty status as the Lost Tribe ascribed to the Hawaiians contrasts with the nethermost status as accursed imputed to U.
only eternal existence without an end in the nethermost torments.
TO the nethermost pit, one would assume, given the traditional Christian topography of the afterlife.
And of those who have ratted on him in the last six months, there is one particular group of traitors that he would like to cast - I bet - to the nethermost fire-bubbling pit of hell.
What follows is an '"indexed list" of the lowest scoring ("worst") presidents from the 2009 C-SPAN survey, starting with the nethermost scoring president first.
registers a lexical awareness of his execrable situation when he refers to his watchmen as the "niedrigste Organe" (15) of the system interfering with him: literally the nethermost organs.
Outlines for a science fiction of the earth as narrated from a nethermost point of view.
People engulf or devour one another too--and the parts not entirely consumed protrude; legs, limbs and torsos dangle from the nethermost regions of hoop skirted belles and portly bourgeois gentlemen.
He says that duende arises from within--from "the nethermost recesses of the blood.
59) In those years, Luis Gonzaga Cuevas criticized the "indifference [or] disdain" with which the Spanish American republics observed that things had arrived "at a level in which everyone [knew] what was happening in Europe and in the nethermost corner of the world, apart from the events going on in the American Republics".
9) And no less a "spiritist" than John Cotton acknowledged that the Spirit works preparatively upon the unconverted, first by binding them "under the sense of [divine] wrath unto fear of Damnation" and then--having come as an "earthquake" to press them "down to the nethermost hell"--by requiring them to experience a "burning" and "blasting" of the "iron" heart's "fleshly" piety, a renunciation of "false confidence" in "legal" deeds.