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ultimate
used in Dracula

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Definition
most extreme as in final, best, worst, most important, or most fundamental
The exact meaning of ultimate depends upon its context. For example:
  • "the ultimate decision-maker" — the final
  • "the ultimate car" — the best
  • "the ultimate insult" — the worst
  • "the ultimate source" — original or most fundamental
  • "the ultimate sacrifice" — most extreme
  • If this goes on it may ultimately mislead us.
    Chapter 26 (12% in)
  • Was it not this Dracula, indeed, who inspired that other of his race who in a later age again and again brought his forces over the great river into Turkeyland, who, when he was beaten back, came again, and again, though he had to come alone from the bloody field where his troops were being slaughtered, since he knew that he alone could ultimately triumph!
    Chapter 3 (21% in)
  • Can it be that his instinct is satisfied as to the vampire's ultimate triumph?
    Chapter 17 (56% in)
  • Mina says that perhaps we are the instruments of ultimate good.
    Chapter 24 (10% in)
  • That other of his race who, in a later age, again and again, brought his forces over The Great River into Turkey Land, who when he was beaten back, came again, and again, and again, though he had to come alone from the bloody field where his troops were being slaughtered, since he knew that he alone could ultimately triumph.
    Chapter 25 (81% in)

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