Foremost [adjective]

Definition of Foremost:

first in rank, order

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Sentence/Example of Foremost:

First and foremost, more or less investment in these things will lead to faster or slower growth rates.

Rich results make for a better search experience for the users, first and foremost.

First and foremost, this is a public service project meant to help voters navigate the latest voting rules in their state.

Content marketing should always be motivated first and foremost by your business values, not your bottom line.

In February, America’s foremost feminist legal expert, Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, said she would like to see the process started afresh, so that the amendment—which she wholeheartedly supports—could stand on unimpeachable grounds.

That was a considerable sensible commandment of yourn, always to shoot the foremost of the Mexicans when they attacked.

Every man will still earn his own living and that of his family as best he can, relying first and foremost upon his own efforts.

The Stradivarian school became the foremost, most numerous and soon was to be the most imitated, of all.

A harder fate awaited the foremost knightly defenders of Kildrummy.

They had not pulled fifty yards from their late home when she gave a sudden lurch to port and went down stern foremost.