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Spell check of ultimate

Correct spelling: ultimate

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.

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.