Word "MOST" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
(of actions or states) slightly short of or not quite accomplished; all but
Synonyms:
about, almost, near, nearly, nigh, virtually, well-nigh
Examples:
the baby was almost asleep when the alarm sounded
we're almost finished
most everyone agrees

Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
used to form the superlative
Synonyms:
to the highest degree
Examples:
the king cobra is the most dangerous snake

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
(superlative of `many' used with count nouns and often preceded by `the') quantifier meaning the greatest in number
Examples:
who has the most apples?
most people like eggs
most fishes have fins

Crossword Clues for MOST

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Lion's share The Guardian Quick 08 Nov 2022
Lion's share Eugene Sheffer 20 Sep 2022
Almost all USA Today 25 Aug 2022
___ Improved Player (sports award) USA Today 27 Jun 2022
Part of MVP LA Times Daily 26 Jun 2022
Nearly all USA Today 21 Jun 2022
More than half LA Times Daily 29 May 2022
Not quite all Universal 15 Apr 2022
More than half of Newsday 04 Apr 2022
Nearly all USA Today 23 Mar 2022
At least 51% Family Time 21 Mar 2022
More than half Newsday 01 Mar 2022
Record label? Wall Street Journal 12 Jan 2022
Almost all USA Today 03 Sep 2021
The majority USA Today 30 Jul 2021
Greatest in amount or degree Irish Times Simplex 09 Jul 2021
Record holder’s superlative Wall Street Journal 26 Jun 2021
Extremely Wall Street Journal 20 May 2021
Nearly all USA Today 08 May 2021
Largest share Wall Street Journal 27 Apr 2021
More than half LA Times Daily 12 Mar 2021
More than half The Washington Post 12 Mar 2021
Maximum number Wall Street Journal 24 Feb 2021
Nearly all Universal 13 Feb 2021
The bulk of Newsday 11 Feb 2021
Over 50% Premier Sunday 07 Feb 2021
Guinness superlative USA Today 03 Feb 2021
MVP part Universal 29 Jan 2021
Lion's share Newsday 17 Jan 2021
Largest amount Thomas Joseph 12 Jan 2021
Opposite of least USA Today 25 Dec 2020
Almost all Family Time 06 Dec 2020
___ of all New York Times 12 Nov 2020
Yearbook award word New York Times 11 Oct 2020
Maximally Newsday 02 Sep 2020
Nearly all Family Time 10 Aug 2020
The majority USA Today 08 Jul 2020
Part of MVP USA Today 26 May 2020
___ likely to succeed USA Today 13 May 2020
Record label? Wall Street Journal 23 Apr 2020
___ likely to succeed New York Times 24 Mar 2020
Start of a Guinness record New York Times 23 Feb 2020
The lion’s share Wall Street Journal 18 Feb 2020
The majority Universal 10 Dec 2019
__ of the time (nearly always) Newsday 14 Oct 2019
More than half of Newsday 07 Oct 2019
The better part Newsday 06 Oct 2019
Superlative suffix Newsday 26 Sep 2019
More than 50% Universal 18 Sep 2019
Nearly all of The Times Concise 30 Jul 2019
More than half Newsday 08 Jul 2019
Highest amount Newsday 19 Jun 2019
Part of MVP LA Times Daily 19 May 2019
Part of MVP The Washington Post 19 May 2019
More than half Family Time 28 Apr 2019
Lion's share Eugene Sheffer 28 Jan 2019
Guinness book adjective The Washington Post 18 Jan 2019
Guinness book adjective LA Times Daily 18 Jan 2019
Greatest in amount or degree Irish Times Simplex 17 Jan 2019
90 percent, say Universal 06 Jan 2019
Nearly all
More than 50%
Guinness book adjective
Part of MVP
90 percent, say
Nearly every USA Today 14 Dec 2018
Largest portion Wall Street Journal 03 Dec 2018
Lion's share New York Times 02 Dec 2018
The lion's share Thomas Joseph 30 Nov 2018
The majority of Newsday 06 Nov 2018
Nearly all wet losing heart The Telegraph Toughie 25 Oct 2018
MVP part USA Today 27 Sep 2018
95 percent, say The Washington Post Sunday 02 Sep 2018
Greatest quantity? Universal 01 Sep 2018
One Guinness adjective Universal 26 Aug 2018
Lion's share USA Today 10 Aug 2018
The lion's share The New Yorker 18 Jun 2018
Not quite all USA Today 16 Jun 2018
Over half USA Today 16 Apr 2018
More than not The Washington Post 08 Apr 2018
More than not LA Times Daily 08 Apr 2018
Nearly all Wall Street Journal 03 Mar 2018
The lion's share Wall Street Journal 20 Feb 2018
The majority Newsday 19 Feb 2018
A majority The Washington Post 17 Feb 2018
A majority LA Times Daily 17 Feb 2018
More than half
Lion's share
Over half
A majority
Nearly all
Largest portion
Nearly every
Lion's share
Not quite all
More than not
Greatest quantity?
One Guinness adjective
MVP part
Guinness World Records superlative USA Today 11 Dec 2017
For fear that Canadiana 20 Nov 2017
The majority of an amount Family Time 10 Sep 2017
Majority Universal 04 Sep 2017
The better part The Washington Post 29 Jul 2017
The better part LA Times Daily 29 Jul 2017
Over half Premier Sunday 25 Jun 2017
More than 50 percent Family Time 19 Jun 2017
Extremely Thomas Joseph 27 May 2017
More than half Universal 05 Mar 2017
Over half The Washington Post 20 Feb 2017
The bulk Newsday 13 Jan 2017
The better part
Majority
Guinness World Records superlative
Lion's share of the bank's mortgage list Irish Times Crosaire 12 Nov 2016
The lion's share USA Today 10 Nov 2016
The majority (of) The Times Concise 21 Oct 2016
More than more New York Times 21 Oct 2016
Superlatively New York Times 14 Oct 2016
Highly Newsday 08 Oct 2016
Ending with second or upper New York Times 02 Mar 2016
Part of MVP Newsday 16 Feb 2016
A majority of Newsday 13 Jan 2016
The lion's share
Superlatively
The majority
More than more
More than half
'...do you recall the ___ famous reindeer of all?' Wall Street Journal 22 Dec 2015
Lion's share The Washington Post 03 Dec 2015
All but a few USA Today 28 Nov 2015
The lion's share Newsday 06 Oct 2015
"The __ Beautiful Girl": 1973 #1 hit for Charlie Rich LA Times Daily 25 Aug 2015
Guinness superlative New York Times 03 Jul 2015
Bee's knees LA Times Daily 28 Jun 2015
Lion's share Universal 24 Jun 2015
Guinness Book adjective New York Times 04 Mar 2015
Introduces man on street to the majority Irish Times Crosaire 06 Jan 2015
Part of many regal honorifics
Part of MVP
The lion's share
Lion's share
Guinness Book adjective
Guinness superlative
Lion's share
Bee's knees
"The __ Beautiful Girl": 1973 #1 hit for Charlie Rich
Record label?
"...do you recall the ___ famous reindeer of all?"
All but a few
More than half
A majority of
"The ___ Beautiful Girl in the World" Prince
Between half and all
Over 50% of
Nearly all
Largest portion
Largest amount
Very
More than half
"It's the ___ Wonderful Time of the Year"
A majority
Guinness word
Start of many records
Lion's share
Greatest amount
"What Hurts the ___" Rascal Flatts
More than half
Not quite all
Extremely
Amount between some and all
Guinness Book modifier
The preponderance
Very
The bulk
Part of MVP
A majority of
Extremely
To the highest degree
Word preceding many yearbook awards
Greatest amount
The better part (of)
Maximally
Very
Very, very
"What Hurts the ___"
The greater part
Majority
Almost all
Kind of votes a candidate wants
The greater part
Lion's share
Almost all
Start of many top ten list titles
Between half and all
Greatest number
Majority
The lion's share
A majority
Greatest
Not quite all
Frequent word in Guinness World Records
Superlative adverb
The majority
Greatest in number
Over half
A majority
Over 50%
Guinness book adjective
More than more
At least 50.1 percent
Nearly all
Very
Two out of three, say
The vast majority
Lion's share
Two out of three, say
___ of all
Kind of votes a candidate wants
"Make the ___ of it"
Part of M.V.P.
Kind of unusual day?
(The) bee's knees
Max
Greatest number
The majority
Word in a record's description
Nearly all
(The) bee's knees
At least 50.1 percent
Guinness word
The vast majority
The lion's share
The lion's share
MVP part
Donny of "Happy Days"
Lion's share
More than half
More than half
The "M" in MVP
Lion's share
The bulk
Very cool, in 50's slang, with "the"
Over 50%
Maximum
The majority
The bulk
Greatest part
Nearly all
99 percent
Nearly all
Guinness book adjective
Greatest amount
Word in a record's description
Just 'bout
The better part
The lion's share
__-favored-nation
Just about all
___-favored-nation clause
Not quite all
Lion's share
Over fifty-percent
More than half
The majority
"It's a __ Unusual Day"
Greatest part
The majority
Not quite all
Guinness superlative
Very
More than a plurality
With few exceptions
Part of MVP
75 percent, say
Guinness Book modifier
TV's 'America's _____ Wanted'
51% plus
The lion's share
The better part of
Lion's share
The majority
The better part of
Very
The greater number
Greatest degree
The lion's share
All but a few
Closer to all than none
The bulk
90%, say
50.1%+
Greatest quantity
The lion's share
More than the others
The M in MVP
Over half
More than a mere plurality
More than half
Greatest
Debit card network
Majority
Greatest number
50+ percent
"Make the ___ of it"
Between half and all
Loesser's "The ___ Happy Fella"
Preponderance
More than many
The M in MVP
Maximum
"Make the _____ of it"
Majority
"The ___ Happy Fella"
"America's ___ Wanted," TV hit
Almost all
Greatest
Greater number
Greatest amount
Lion's share, usually
Largest quantity
Broadway's "The ___ Happy Fella"
Nearly all
Greatest number of
Lion's share, at least
Simba's share, at least
The greatest amount
Part of m.v.p.
Suffix for fore or ut
Superlative suffix
All but a few
Greatest part
At ___ (maximally)
The ___ (tops)
Big share
Majority.
Greatest.
Maximum.
Lion's share.
Highest.
With few exceptions.
Teen-agers' superlative (with "the").
Nearly all.
Superlative adjective.
Nearly: Colloq.
Largest part.
Superlative of much.
Greatest number.
Greatest in degree.
Greatest amount.
The majority of persons.
Very.
Greatest part.
Preponderating portion.
Maximal.
Superlative: Suffix.
The majority.
Largest amount.
In greatest degree.
"What Hurts the ___" (Rascal Flats hit)
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