Some articles on utmost:
... My Utmost for His Highest is the first of two albums of songs inspired by Oswald Chambers' devotional My Utmost for His Highest ...
... HMS Utmost was a British U class submarine, of the second group of that class, built by Vickers Armstrong, Barrow-in-Furness ... So far she has been the only ship of the Royal Navy to bear the name Utmost ...
... Utmost spent most of her career operating in the Mediterranean, where she sank the Italian merchants Capo Vita, Enrico Costa, and Frederico C ... Utmost also attacked a convoy of five German merchants and three Italian destroyers and torpedoed and sunk the German merchant Heraklea and torpedoed and damaged the Ruhr ... Utmost went on to destroy the (already grounded and damaged) Italian merchant Marigola, and together with her sister, since transferred to the Poles, the ORP Sokół, sank the Italian merchant Balilla ...
... The doctrine of uberrimae fides - utmost good faith - is present in the insurance law of all common law systems ... An insurance contract is a contract of utmost good faith ...
... Best of Steve Camp My Utmost for His Highest is a Contemporary Christian Music album by Steve Camp and was released by Sparrow Records in 1995 ... name, this appears to be unrelated to a string of albums released during the mid-1990s based on My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers ...
More definitions of "utmost":
- (adj): Of the greatest possible degree or extent or intensity.
Example: "Utmost contempt"; "to the utmost degree"
Synonyms: extreme, uttermost
- (noun): The greatest possible degree.
Example: "He tried his utmost"
Synonyms: uttermost, maximum, level best
- (adj): Highest in extent or degree.
Famous quotes containing the word utmost:
“The utmost extent of mans knowledge, is to know that he knows nothing.”
—Joseph Addison (16721719)
“The thing about Proust is his combination of the utmost sensibility with the utmost tenacity. He searches out these butterfly shades to the last grain. He is as tough as catgut and as evanescent as a butterflys bloom.”
—Virginia Woolf (18821941)
“In love, as in gluttony, pleasure is a matter of the utmost precision.”
—Italo Calvino (19231985)