Bottom–end



noun
(in vertical engines) another name for big end (sense 1)
Contemporary Examples

Baudelaire’s Femme Fatale Muse James MacManus May 6, 2013
Where Have Japan’s Yakuza Gone? Jake Adelstein, Nathalie-Kyoko Stucky March 8, 2014

Historical Examples

The Potter’s Craft Charles F. Binns
Toy Craft Leon H. Baxter
The Saracen: The Holy War Robert Shea
Our Churches and Chapels Atticus
The Rival Crusoes W.H.G. Kingston
Games For All Occasions Mary E. Blain
Seven Mohave Myths A. L. Kroeber
The South Sea Whaler W.H.G. Kingston

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