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rump

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Animals
rumprump /rʌmp/ noun  1 [countable]HBA the part of an animal’s back that is just above its legs2 rump steak3 [countable]HBH the part of your body that you sit on – used humorously syn bottom4 [singular] British EnglishREMAIN/BE LEFT the part of a group or government that remains after most of the other members have left
Examples from the Corpus
rumpMbeki also helped make space, though apparently reluctantly, for a rump of the old internal Mass Democratic Movement leadership.Labour was reduced to a rump.Her rump burned as though a bonfire had been lit under it, and she realised she was standing upright.I got under her at the strategic moment, and placing one shoulder under her vast rump, heaved her up.
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