First Known Use of rear-end
Examples of rear end in a Sentence
She stood up and brushed off her rear end.
The car's rear end was badly damaged in the accident.
Recent Examples of rear end from the Web
Unlike modern day spiders, uraraneids had plated bellies and silk-spinning organs on the edges of their plates, rather than near their rear end).
Similar to today’s black widows and huntsman spiders, C. yingi had silk-producing spinnerets near its rear end.
Police say Brayer was riding on the back of a golf cart with several other people in Scottsdale when a man driving in a red Scion coupe began driving closely and bumping the rear end of the cart, CBS affiliate KPHO reports.
Other noteworthy exterior changes to the E63 versus its lesser siblings include brash front and rear ends, a subtle rear trunklid spoiler perfectly suited to the understated AMG styling, and a handful of model-specific exterior decorations.
But on Sunday, we were introduced to the butt interception—a decidedly more impressive play involving a player's rear end.
Just a small part of his rear ends needs to hit inbounds for it to be considered inbounds.
Then his hand reached for her rear end and gave it a squeeze.
The first pastry chef explained that Iuzzini had a habit of touching female employees’ rear ends with items in the kitchen — knives, long vegetables and spoons — in a suggestive manner.
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First Known Use of rear end
REAR-END Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rear end for English Language Learners
: the part of the body you sit on
: the back part of something (such as a vehicle)
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