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Spell check of ultimate

Correct spelling: ultimate

Synonyms:
latest, maximal, big, grave, complete, natural, perfect, maximum, predominant, acute, uttermost, utmost, leading, net, flawless, furthermost, farthermost, terminating, crowning, high, terminal, lag, chief, furthest, surface, deciding, eventual, rearmost, outside, essential, main, farthest, unsurpassable, max, impeccable, rudimentary, severe, inherent, unadulterated, prime, limited, closing, acme, remotest, primary, basic, profound, raw, faultless, consummate, extreme, latter, intrinsic, conspicuous, core, highest, awful, most, unspoiled, edge, underlying, top, hindmost, simple, letter-perfect, unbelievable, better, concluding, last-ditch, at (long) last, desperate, nth, rigorous, outermost, primitive, elementary, outmost, transcendent, fundamental, final, supreme, ne plus ultra, taintless, serious, bottommost, dire, start, last, topmost, elemental, paramount, principal.

Antonyms:
initial, middle, minimum, eminent, beginning, fewest, opening, original, premier, least, innermost, medial, inmost, leadoff, first, minimal, proximate, smallest, median, foremost, pioneer, headmost, starting, maiden, lowest, tiniest, earliest, nearest, minutest, inaugural, midmost, superior, mid, slightest, intermediate, immediate, littlest, primary.

Examples of usage:

1) Of the danger of this movement, of the possibility of its hopelessly carrying us away from our goal, and the possibility of ultimate starvation, I never lost consciousness. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) Moreover he would not, were his ultimate critical sense aroused, fail to admit to himself some certain standard of achievement. - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.

3) It is all wrong to play a losing game in business for a succession of years in the hopes of ultimate success. - "Dollars and Sense", Col. Wm. C. Hunter.

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