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Spell check of behind

Correct spelling: behind

Synonyms:
goat, butt joint, base, hind end, caboose, buttock, behindhand, buttocks, privy, scum bag, can buoy, rapid, in arrears, freighter, croup, dilatory, substructure, bum, lav, commode, hindquarters, nooky, merchant ship, over, basis, cigaret, laughingstock, tardily, after, lavatory, idler, rump, do-nothing, groundwork, stern, posterior, latish, empennage, nates, roll in the hay, down, slowly, slow, bottom of the inning, female genitals, crumb, seat, fanny, underside, underdeveloped, dirty dog, tail assembly, skunk, git, so-and-so, merchantman, target, fundament, loafer, sluggish, belatedly, cornerstone, canful, piece of ass, stinker, bottom, foundation, shtup, screwing, cigarette, bed, john, tail end, tush, trailing, puke, derriere, tin, stub, backward, coffin nail, belated, can, fag end, rear-end, female genitalia, bathroom, understructure, crapper, easy, piece of tail, buns, keister, croupe, place, back end, foot, female genital organ, tardy, laggard, shadow, time, stool, overdue, quarter, prat, after part, tooshie, hind, tin can, back tooth, fast, rear, tail, back, following, delayed, throne, potty, bottomland, bun, stinkpot, stooge, layabout, delinquent, shadower, undersurface, rotter, rat, butt end, late, backside.

Antonyms:
opportune, untimely, punctual, seasonable, unseasonable, up, early, prompt, inopportune, precocious, timely.

Examples of usage:

1) No. We're right under the fall- right behind it. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) If you do see behind it sometimes, it doesn't matter very much; and if the people looking on, who know me better, see behind all the time, it doesn't matter in the least. - "The Furnace", Rose Macaulay.

3) " Thank the Lord, we're behind that smoke, anyhow," he observed, when he could get his breath. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

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