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apocalypse any of several early Jewish or Christian writings on divine revelation that symbolically depict the ultimate conflict between good and evil. [1/3 definitions]
consummation an ultimate conclusion; end. [1/3 definitions]
denouement the ultimate outcome of a complicated series of events. [1/2 definitions]
do or die to make the ultimate effort.
dust the ultimate state of matter or of human beings that results from decay. [1/11 definitions]
elemental relating to first principles; ultimate; fundamental. [1/3 definitions]
end extreme limit; ultimate extent. [1/18 definitions]
fate ultimate result; fortune; lot. [1/6 definitions]
final ultimate. [1/6 definitions]
last1 final or ultimate. [1/12 definitions]
metaphysics (used with a sing. verb) the branch of philosophy that deals with first principles and the ultimate nature of reality and existence. [1/2 definitions]
ne plus ultra (Latin) the highest point, esp. of achievement or excellence; ultimate.
ontic having true and ultimate existence.
pope one who is considered as having a position of ultimate authority. [1/3 definitions]
spoiler in sports or politics, a person, group, or team that, although unable to win an ultimate victory, can spoil others' chances of winning. [1/3 definitions]
state of the art the ultimate level of advancement or development available in an object, process, or the like at a given time.
summum bonum (Latin) the highest, greatest, or ultimate good.
supreme ultimate. [1/3 definitions]
theocracy a form of government in which a god or gods are acknowledged as the ultimate authority. [1/2 definitions]
truth (sometimes cap.) ultimate reality apart from everyday experience. [1/6 definitions]