Supreme vs. Utmost

By Jaxson

  • Utmost

    HMS Utmost was a British U class submarine, of the second group of that class, built by Vickers Armstrong, Barrow-in-Furness. She was laid down on 2 November 1939 and was commissioned on 17 August 1940. So far she has been the only ship of the Royal Navy to bear the name Utmost.

  • Supreme (adjective)

    Dominant, having power over all others.

  • Supreme (adjective)

    Greatest, most excellent, extreme, most superior, highest, or utmost.

    “supreme disgust; supreme courage”

  • Supreme (adjective)

    Situated at the highest part or point.

  • Supreme (verb)

    To divide a citrus fruit into its segments, removing the skin, pith, membranes, and seeds.

  • Supreme (noun)

    The highest point.

  • Supreme (noun)

    A pizza having a large number of the most common toppings, such as pepperoni, bell peppers, onions, mushrooms, olives, etc.

  • Supreme (noun)

    A breast of chicken or duck with the wing bone attached.

  • Supreme (noun)

    Anything from which all skin, bones, and other parts which are not eaten have been removed, such as a skinless fish fillet.

  • Utmost (adjective)

    Situated at the most distant limit; farthest.

    “the utmost limits of the land;”

    “the utmost extent of human knowledge”

  • Utmost (adjective)

    The most extreme; ultimate; greatest.

    “the utmost assiduity;”

    “the utmost harmony;”

    “the utmost misery or happiness”

  • Utmost (noun)

    Maximum; greatest possible amount or quantity.


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