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The President seemed to be the one who knew least about the crisis.
He wonders why his most popular songs are always the ones he spends the least time on.
I earn the least out of all of us.
He's a light sleeper and wakes up at the least noise.
You don't have the least notion of how I'm feeling at the moment.
I doubt anything you say will make the least difference to what he does.
The least you can do is listen to what I have to say before you reject it completely.
Let me pay for the dinner – it's the least I can do.
The least he deserves is a compliment from time to time.
Hungary is one of the least polluted of the former East-bloc states.
The least confusing route would be to get on the M6 at Birmingham.
The new taxes will fall on those least able to pay.
This chair squeaks the least.
The man who actually won the car is the one who wanted it least.
Mr Gray will remain the director for three years at least.
The disease killed at least 120 people in England last year.
We are expecting to at least double our money.
The journey will take a year, at the very least.
At least no one can accuse me of hiding the truth.
You might at least have waited for me.
We have reached an agreement that at least gives the company a chance to survive.
At the very least the player is guilty of violent behaviour.
A two per cent pay rise is not very much, but at least it's better than nothing.
You lost, but at least you can say you tried.
The work is difficult, but at least the pay is good.
This is the British English definition of least. View American English definition of least.
a plan or course of action that is not possible to achieve