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ultimate

(ŭl′tĭm-ĭt) [L. ultimus, last]
Final or last.
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Suffixes, rious have got the effect of shifting the word stress to antepenultimate (third-from-the-last) syllables.
In the latter case, the stress moves on the antepenultimate syllable.
Maddy, playing his antepenultimate senior match at Edgbaston, and Steffan Piolet, perhaps also approaching the end of his time with the Bears, got among the wickets as the latter batsmen flailed.
The book heightens the impression of illegitimacy and wrongness that surrounds this particular transitional figure by withholding until the antepenultimate spread the information that the criminal Wizard is also the slaver Widow.
Born in 1931 in Pontchateau, France, Demy grew up in Nantes, the western port town that would serve as the setting for his first film, Lola (1961), and his antepenultimate, Une Chambre en ville (A Room in Town, 1982).
In his antepenultimate chapter, Budziszewski examines "The Meaning of Sexual Beauty.
We further regret that an editing error occurred in the antepenultimate paragraph of the letter entitled 'Some South African universities provide good specialist otorhinolaryngology training' that appeared on page 774 of the October 2012 SAMJ.
This issue concerns the antepenultimate bar of the movement:
The fixture-list looks to have concocted a momumental double-header by allocating the two Bears v Notts games as the antepenultimate and last fixtures of the season.
However, the following statement was added as the antepenultimate sentence, to provide a context for defensive responses: "There were also indications from your production department that some components of the Lift-Chair that were manufactured by WC Products, one of your long-time suppliers, may have been substandard and may have caused the product failure.
The antepenultimate paragraph of the novel presents a multiplication of these voices.