hindmost[ hahynd-mohst or, esp. British, -muh st ]SEE DEFINITION OF hindmost
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HINDMOST
"Deil tak the hindmost" is by no means the crie de guerre of my muse.
It was every man for himself and the Devil take the hindmost.
You, sir, with your "devil take the hindmost," have never even seen him.
It'll be every man for himself an' the devil take the hindmost.
Hindmost sole, possibly “inmost soul”; wisk, possibly “whisk.”
Like his forerunner he leapt on the back of the hindmost sheep.
One of the hindmost guns that was going onto the dam turned off onto the ice.
The hindmost here was the rusty old cargo boat of my friend.
The figure of the girl in the prow of the hindmost boat was blurred and indistinct.
One would think it was "Save yourself, and the devil take the hindmost!"