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rear end

noun as in hind part

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He won’t comment on something because “I can’t get my head that far up my rear end.”

“The caterpillars take the nitrogen and shuck it out their rear end onto the landscape,” says Andrew Tanentzap, professor of global change ecology at the University of Cambridge and one of the authors.

Spinnerets, body parts on the spider’s rear end, spin the liquid into long threads.

I was mesmerized the moment the Mach-E arrived, eager to run my hand along its sinewy side panels and strapping rear end.

At the rear end of the park is a wall or divider maybe six or seven feet high and about twice that wide.

In mixed company, he sometimes pulled down his pants to scratch his rear end.

We were ready to go out and speak, when Wendell stood up and immediately split the rear end out of his pants.

Should he really be jumping out of a photo op with waitresses and “joking” that someone pinched his rear end?

Jersey Turnpike (v.)—to perform a dance move in which one jams his/her rear end against a man's crotch and then bends over.

According to his plan a "Suitable Bass" tablet is provided just above the rear end of the black keys on each manual.

Bill looked at his watch and suggested that they eat first before they got all over grease by monkeying with the rear end.

On the 4th of November work was begun in the back part of my cell, under the rear end of my cot.

There, upon the rear end of a suburban lot, he had a plain board cabin not more than ten feet square.

The sure-enough, knock-out round was fought at the rear end of our Pullman, which happened to be the last car in the train.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rear end, such as: posterior, back side, behind, breech, hind end, and tail end.

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