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utmost
used in The Hound of the Baskervilles

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greatest
  • There are one or two indications, and yet the utmost pains have been taken to remove all clues.
    Chapter 4 — Sir Henry Baskerville (32% in)
  • It is well that this is so, for it is obviously of the utmost importance that Sir Charles's heir should settle at the Hall and continue the good work which has been so sadly interrupted.
    Chapter 2 — The Curse of the Baskervilles (70% in)
  • She met my difficulty with the utmost readiness.
    Chapter 11 — The Man on the Tor (19% in)
  • Since the tragic upshot of our visit to Devonshire he had been engaged in two affairs of the utmost importance, in the first of which he had exposed the atrocious conduct of Colonel Upwood in connection with the famous card scandal of the Nonpareil Club, while in the second he had defended the unfortunate Mme. Montpensier from the charge of murder which hung over her in connection with the death of her step-daughter, Mlle.
    Chapter 15 — A Retrospection (1% in)

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