furthest point

See: ambit, limit, utmost
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During the two succeeding days, I reached the furthest point which I was anxious to examine.
As I had a great desire to see a Prairie before turning back from the furthest point of my wanderings; and as some gentlemen of the town had, in their hospitable consideration, an equal desire to gratify me; a day was fixed, before my departure, for an expedition to the Looking-Glass Prairie, which is within thirty miles of the town.
At least you didn't deceive yourself for long, you went straight to the furthest point at one bound.
A supermoon appears about 14 percent bigger and 30 percent brighter than a full moon that occurs at its furthest point from earth, says NASA.
All eyes were on the furthest point of the building where the Queen, accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh with Prince Charles, struck the first coins
Lack of boarder line access route in the area has made it difficult for patrol teams to access the furthest point and illegal smuggling of goods to and from South Africa is a serious concern,' he stated.
A radiator should always be placed on the furthest point from the door, usually under a window.
The minimum safe passing distance is measured from the furthest point on the left of the driver's vehicle to the furthest point to the right of the cyclist's bicycle.
It is very difficult to have an industrial area in the furthest point of the Southern Governorate because there is no infrastructure and the cost of having it is very high.
At it's closest position to Earth, the moon can get up to 14 percent closer than at its furthest point.
Hitting the ball on the toe end, the furthest point on the putter face from the shaft, deadens the feel at impact and for the ball to roll off softer.
It is at the furthest point from the WH Smith entrance and requires travelling through the whole store, which is not easy.