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Ultimate Adjective Synonyms
elemental, basic, fundamental, underlying, primary, essential, final
He believes that the ultimate truths were set down in Scripture.

remotest, furthest, farthest, extreme, uttermost, last, final
The ultimate stage of the experiment will be at a distance of five light-years.

Ultimate Noun Synonyms
final, last, terminating, terminal, end, eventual, conclusive, concluding, decisive, deciding
The ultimate outcome will not be known till next week. Who is the ultimate authority in such matters? .

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Essential / End / Terminal

Ultimate Source

Entertainment / Literature / Ultimate Source: In linguistics, the earliest known or most ancient etymon for a particular word, as opposed to a direct source, the most recent source for a word. MORE

Penultimate Profit Prospect (PPP)

Business / Finance / Penultimate Profit Prospect (PPP): The second-lowest-priced of the ten highest-yielding stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average that is said (by authors O'Higgins and Downes) to be the Dow stock with the best possibility of outperfo MORE

Ultimate Tensile Strength (UTS)

Business / Machine Shop / Ultimate Tensile Strength (UTS): The maximum tensile stress a material placed in tension can bear without breaking. MORE

Tragedy

Entertainment / Literature / Tragedy: A serious play in which the chief character, by some peculiarity of psychology, passes through a series of misfortunes leading to a final, devastating catastrophe. According to Aristotle, catharsis is MORE

Italics

Entertainment / Literature / Italics: A style of printing in which the tops of letters and punctuation marks gently slope to the right. Italics are often used by typesetters to indicate greater emphasis for a word or phrase. Other typeset MORE

Danegeld

Entertainment / Literature / Danegeld: The practice of paying extortion money to Vikings to make them go away, often associated in particular with the Anglo-Saxon king 'Aethelred Unraed.' His nickname means 'Aethelred the Unready,' or more MORE

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