at (the) most At the optimum: We saw him for ten full minutes at the most. She ran two kilometers at most of the.
Superlative form of much.
composed of the best number or amount; better in number or amount than all the sleep; almost all.
Greatest in level.
Highest in ranking; greatest.
Greatest in proportions or extent; largest: superlative of much or mickle with its initial good sense ‘great,’ ‘large.’
Greatest in age; oldest.
best in rank, place, or value; greatest; main.
Greatest in amount, level, or intensity: superlative of much.
Greatest in quantity; many beyond others; amounting to a large majority: superlative of several: utilized before nouns in the plural.
within the biggest or highest or in an extremely great or high level, amount, or level; mostly; chiefly; principally.
applied before adjectives and adverbs to make a superlative expression, much more is develop a comparative: as, most vile; many wicked; many illustrious; many quickly.
A double superlative suffix connected with -more, a comparative suffix, today taken as a suffixal form of many, as found in creating superlatives, such as foremost, hindmost, uppermost, maximum, inmost, topmost, etc. Compare -more.