Definition of hindmost in English:

hindmost

adjective

  • Furthest back.

    ‘the hindmost attendant’
    • ‘But then, in the end, wasn't all life just another kind of probationary death sentence, with the devil taking the hindmost?’
    • ‘In one scene, we can see the absent characters from the knees down behind the hindmost wall, while others, unfortunately fully visible, perform in front.’
    • ‘While Krebs walked forward to take the offered copilot's seat, the Leader chose the three hindmost seats and motioned Bormann to follow him.’
    • ‘The final event was the elimination race commonly known as ‘devil takes the hindmost.’’
    • ‘With a large mouth the hindmost part of the mouth is slightly to the rear of the eye.’
    • ‘So far flung from the guard of authority, it is in the hindmost district of the universe.’
    • ‘Predictably, they went for the latter with what is now the ten metres back restriction at the lineout and the hindmost foot offside law.’
    • ‘Perhaps the kitchen here is so focused on elaborate concepts and presentation that important basics are hindmost.’
    • ‘What was once the hindmost part of each cylinder thus becomes the forward-facing tip.’
    furthest back, last, rear, rearmost, end, endmost, final, tail, aftermost, nearest the rear, at the end, furthest behind
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Pronunciation

hindmost

/ˈhʌɪn(d)məʊst/