I caught a rear-end glimpse, with a stiff tail, as big in girth as my body, standing out straight behind.
And again, doing sentinel duty at the rear-end, is the same plea.
The people were not consulted, except from the rear-end of an observation car.
Would the engineer take the risk of a rear-end collision on a general manager's order?
(also rear) The buttocks; ass: She's a pain in the rear end (1937+, variant 1796+)
To hit a car from the rear: his Grand Am was rear-ended (mid-1970s+)