Antonyms for fore-front

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I am ready, as I have ever been, to lead my long-swords into the fore-front of battle.

And there right in the fore-front was an exact counterpart of my black jack!

Yet are her servants still in the “fore-front of the hottest battle.”

I have seen him ere now, with monk's gown trussed to his knees, over his sandals in blood in the fore-front of the battle.

One was his mistrust of anatomical data, which it must be confessed Presl put too much in the fore-front.

Mr. Samuel Erin was in the fore-front of this contest, and, as a rule, a stickler for the text.

Know you not, that when Semiramis mounts her war-chariot, she drives in the fore-front of the battle?

I must remain and fight on in the fore-front of our battle for the freedom and welfare of the Hellenic race.

He generously ignores the selfish fear of sea-sickness, of personal suffering, which had occupied the fore-front of my mind.

But though in the fore-front he beares your Honorable names, it may be demanded how is it, your Honors gave not him his name?