back-ender

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back-ender

A car accident in which one car hits the back of the car in front of it. I heard that a lot of people had back-enders during that snowstorm last week.

back-ender

verb
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"The Pave Hawk is a vessel to take the PJs where they need to be and for the back-enders (gunners) to be able to protect those PJs so they are able to get around," said Rains.
Passing through 2,000 feet, the "moles," as the back-enders affectionately are called, turned their seats and began to check the weapon system.
Our pilots were so unimpressed with what just had happened they chose not to tell the back-enders. Why bother us?
But the back-enders leave their audiences with an incomplete picture, for nearly everyone who goes to prison eventually gets released.
The call was finally made to RTB, and I asked the back-enders if they were ready for the break.