In mixed company, he sometimes pulled down his pants to scratch his rear end.
At the rear end of the park is a wall or divider maybe six or seven feet high and about twice that wide.
Not by moving backward, it seems, but by moving the cells in its head to its rear end.
We were ready to go out and speak, when Wendell stood up and immediately split the rear end out of his pants.
Should he really be jumping out of a photo op with waitresses and “joking” that someone pinched his rear end?
You will note that the rudder slides into the rear end of the projectile so that none of it extends out.
"Step lively, please," the conductor cried from the rear end.
"But Harriet was drowned in getting the trunk free from the rear end," declared Jane earnestly.
In the rear end of their wagon was a butter firkin and a number of packages.
It was five feet through, and twenty feet long, not counting the rudder, which was now entirely drawn into the rear end.
(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+)