Synonym: at the most. Similar words: atmosphere, most, almost, mostly, first and foremost, not more than, treatment, at midnight. Meaning: adv. not more than.

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1 The voucher can be used

*at most*major supermarkets.2 It will cost you 1000 yuan

*at most*.3 She's 25 years old,

*at most*.4 Traveller's cheques can be cashed

*at most*hotels.5

*At most*I might earn 250 a night.6 There were

*at most*50 people in the audience.7 We can stay for two days

*at most*.8 Winter is the slack season

*at most*hotels.9 Traveller's cheques can be cashed

*at most*hotels for a small charge.10 The opposition party looked askance

*at most*of the government's proposed policies.11 He faces

*at most*12 years in prison and could be paroled after eight years.12 He'd only slept in snatches, an hour

*at most*.13 We ate eggs

*at most*meals.14 These and many alternatives are available

*at most*bookstores.15 Plain and simple mouldings can be bought

*at most*timber yards and home decorating shops.16 Spiders may be found

*at most*times of the year except during the coldest weather.17 That was

*at most*a couple of miles up the road and no more than a few pence on the bus.18 Once people are damaged by drugs,

*at most*(sentencedict.com), treatment can prevent further harm.19 I am convinced, however, that this represents

*at most*a relative advantage.20 Most of us would,

*at most*, give these terrariums a passing glance.21 You can buy a round cardboard footing form

*at most*home improvement centers that makes the process easier.22

*At most*, the mass of water was only a half a degree Fahrenheit warmer than the surrounding seawater.23 Nationwide industrial action began earlier this week,(www.Sentencedict.com) when staff

*at most*banks walked out.24 Poach the pears in apple juice for perhaps ten minutes

*at most*.25 As a news item it merits a short paragraph

*at most*.26 Lamont's announcement of help for 100,000 unemployed people also raised half a cheer

*at most*.27 All hand-baggage was X-rayed - this is now standard practice

*at most*airports.28 The questions on calendar dates require pupils to count, or

*at most*calculate, using whole numbers.29 Indeed, you need to be something of a jack of all trades and passably good

*at most*of them.30 His own rehearsals resumed soon after the first Y concert,

*at most*of the old haunts.More similar words: atmosphere, most, almost, mostly, first and foremost, not more than, treatment, at midnight, cost, host, boost, ghost, poster, costly, foster, post-war, hostile, costume, hostage, at any cost, at all costs, at the cost of, the cost of living.