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Definition of Merest

Merest
Mere Mere, a. [Superl. Merest. The comparative is rarely or never used.] [L. merus.] 1. Unmixed; pure; entire; absolute; unqualified. Then entered they the mere, main sea. --Chapman. The sorrows of this world would be mere and unmixed. --Jer. Taylor. 2. Only this, and nothing else; such, and no more; simple; bare; as, a mere boy; a mere form. From mere success nothing can be concluded in favor of any nation. --Atterbury.

Meaning of Merest from wikipedia

- Pablo Pic****o dominated Western art in the 20th century is, by now, the merest commonplace. ... No painter or sculptor, not even Michelangelo, had been...
- a halt at Illuminatus Minor, with only the Minerval grade below and the merest sketches of higher grades. The only restrictions imposed were the need to...
- illusion that we can know another epoch as intimately as we do our own—is merest folly". J. R. Kinnard wrote for PopMatters: History records that England...
- Wansell further notes that Grant could, "with the arch of an eyebrow or the merest hint of a smile, question his own image". Stanley Donen stated that his...
- property in these gases; but having never published his results, it is by the merest chance that I knew of them.) Available in English at: Le Moyne College....
- as an accident: she had "chipped off a piece of the potato which, by the merest accident, fell into the pan of fat. She fished it out with a fork and set...
- The trees are not at all delicate about water quality and thrive on the merest trickle of water, whatever the quality. In India and tropical countries...
- Cammy "hilarious miscasting as a military wench with Heidi plaits. The merest glimpse of her holding a bazooka and looking mean is enough to induce giggles...
- property in these gases; but having never published his results, it is by the merest chance that I knew of them.) See: Amontons, G. (presented 1699, published...
- [CSRT] procedure is a sham; if a case like that can get through, then the merest scintilla of evidence against someone would carry the day for the government...
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