The posterior metaphor clicked, and she began rapping about being “no size 2.”
As one story goes, Bianca Jagger, impressed, once made a plaster cast of Mara's posterior.
I generally remember school physical education, PE, as a being a pain in the posterior.
posterior wings deep yellow, deeply bordered from the upper to the abdominal corners, with black.
Occipital margin: in Mallophaga, the posterior margin of the head.
Also the posterior enamel plates of m1 and m2 are remarkably long, extending around the ends of the tooth.
Pleopoda: abdominal legs of larva: posterior legs of an adult.
This compartment is limited above by the base of the skull, and below is continued into the posterior mediastinum.
The posterior fins and tail of the creature were not preserved.
At the same point it receives the sciatic vein, the principal venous vessel of the posterior extremity.
1530s, "later," from Latin posterior "after, later, behind," comparative of posterus "coming after, subsequent," from post "after" (see post-). Meaning "situated behind" is from 1630s.
"buttocks," euphemistic, 1610s, from posterior (adj.). Earlier it meant "those who come after, posterity" (1530s). Cf. Lithuanian pasturas "the last, the hindmost," from pas "at, by."
posterior pos·te·ri·or (pŏ-stēr'ē-ər, pō-)
Located behind a part or toward the rear of a structure.
Relating to the caudal end of the body in quadrupeds or the dorsal side in humans.
Near the tail or caudal end of certain embryos.