Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A loose or unconnected end; the concluding part.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Jake shows the clip of Joe Barton giving Tony Hayward a deep-tissue tongue massage to the tag-end of his alimentary canal.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • Jake shows the clip of Joe Barton giving Tony Hayward a deep-tissue tongue massage to the tag-end of his alimentary canal.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • (This is a re-post from an earlier string's tag-end.)

    Poll: Obama Way Behind In Kentucky, Narrowly Ahead In Oregon

  • Temple, IS a great frequenter of genteel societies, and to have seen his name in the MORNING POST at the tag-end of several party lists.

    The Book of Snobs

  • And I knew better than to show my face in the adult zone at the boozy tag-end of a Lawton social event; so Diane and I hovered in the demilitarized zone behind a door while Jason found his father in an adjoining room.

    Spin

  • As for these chaps, you forget they're no tribe but the tag-end of a civilization that lasted longer than any has lasted since.

    The Moon of Skulls

  • My first suspect in any sneak killing would be Narayan Singh or some tag-end member of his brotherhood.

    She Is The Darkness

  • Now the area was shabby-genteel at best, and whoever lived here was usually out of favor, the tag-end of a once-prosperous family now running out of money, or the last of a long line dying out.

    The Eagle And The Nightingale

  • I knew this joint when it was a raffish den full of memories from the occupation and the tag-end of wartime afterward.

    Inconstant Star

  • He pulled the tag-end into j the crevice below the stone, so that it was caught firmly.

    Out of Phaze

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