uppermost in my mind


Senior Member
Hello, there:
I came across a term "uppermost".
If you think someone is always the most important person you care about, may I say "you are always uppermost in my mind."

Is the usage idiomatic and natural?

Thanks for your confirmation.
  • KYC

    Senior Member
    Thanks for your reply.
    After looking at more examples, I have a feeling that it seems that native speakers incline to use it to describe things or objects rather than the feelings of people.
    Do I get the point?
    Thanks again!
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