in the rear

in the rear

located in the space or area behind someone or something. The waiter told me that the bathrooms were in the rear. All deliveries must be made in the rear.
See also: rear
References in classic literature ?
Brooke's success must depend either on plumpers which would leave Bagster in the rear, or on the new minting of Tory votes into reforming votes.
A man was seen in the rear yard but made off after he was disturbed by a neighbour.
25am on Monday persons were spotted in the rear garden of a property in Newcomen Road, Bedworth.
The victim's Chevrolet sport utility vehicle was struck in the rear, damaging the cargo door and popping out a taillight.
As a trio of life-size ersatz woodpeckers in the rear gallery also demonstrated, Middlebrook aims not only to highlight the emptiness of our relation to nature but also to reinvest it with content (or at least a gesture toward it).
the instructor pilot in the rear cockpit took the controls and climbed as he transitioned to 100 knots.
There was at least one other figure standing in the rear lane.