'hind·most || 'haɪn(d)məʊst adj. last in position, furthest to the rear

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  • hindmost — late 14c., from HIND (Cf. hind) (adj.) + MOST (Cf. most). Thra. What, if a toy take em i the heels now, and they run all away, and cry, The devil take the hindmost ? Dion. Then the same devil take the foremost too, and souse him for his… …   Etymology dictionary

  • hindmost — index back (in reverse), extreme (last), last (final) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2 …   Law dictionary

  • hindmost — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ furthest back …   English terms dictionary

  • hindmost — [hīn′dərmōst΄hīnd′mōst΄] adj. [ME: see HIND1 & MOST] farthest back; closest to the rear; last: also hindermost [hīn′dərmōst΄] …   English World dictionary

  • hindmost — see devil take the hindmost every man for himself, and devil take the hindmost …   Proverbs new dictionary

  • Hindmost — Hind Hind, a. [Compar. {Hinder}; superl. {Hindmost}, or {Hindermost}.] [OE. hind, adv., back, AS. hindan behind. See {Hinder}, a.] In the rear; opposed to front; of or pertaining to the part or end which follows or is behind, in opposition to the …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Hindmost — Hindermost Hind er*most , Hindmost Hind most , a. [The superlative of hind. See {Hind}, a.] [Cf. AS. hindema (akin to Goth. hindumists), a superlative from the same source as the comparative hinder. See {Hinder}, a., and cf. {Aftermost}.]… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • hindmost — hind|most [ˈhaındməust US moust] adj →devil take the hindmost at ↑devil …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • hindmost — adjective old use furthest behind see also: devil take the hindmost devil (14) …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • hindmost — /ˈhaɪndmoʊst/ (say huyndmohst) adjective Also, hindermost /ˈhaɪndəmoʊst/ (say huynduhmohst). 1. farthest behind; nearest the rear; last. –phrase 2. (the) devil take the hindmost, those in the rear must look after themselves …  

  • hindmost — adjective Date: 14th century farthest to the rear ; last …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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