hindmost hindmost


  • (adj) located farthest to the rear



  1. But for viewers who can let Joe Alsop take the hindmost, the summer's imports promise to be less apocalyptic.
  2. Political bossism had also flourished in those devil-take-the-hindmost eras.
  3. They crawl when undisturbed, but their hindmost legs are always in position for a life-saving jump.


  • Herb Wills: Cox just too fast for the devil

    Column by Herb Wills -- Tallahassee's Devil-Take-The-Hindmost Run was back on Saturday, July 20, and Stephen Cox, an assistant track coach at Maclay School, was the only runner to evade the 'Devil,' victorious after 18 laps.
    on July 29, 2013     Source: Tallahassee Democrat

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